Sabrena Jo, Director of Science & Research, American Council on Exercise
I am so pleased to share the latest edition of The Activist In Motion Interview Series, featuring Katie Heggtveit. As the Founder and Director of Impact at Bootcamps for Change, Katie is a true Activist In Motion, using...
Evening chronotypes with Type 2 diabetes (i.e. individuals with Type 2 diabetes who go to bed later than average) report less physical activity than other Type 2 patients, according to a study published in BMJ Open Diabetes...
During an outstanding edition of the McLean Hospital Mental Health Webinar Series, Dr. Chris Palmer provided a mini-master class on behavior change for individuals who are sedentary, which I highly recommend (watch video: 6:16-17:46).
Loved this post from Pete Moore of Integrity Square. It's not only a passionate rebuttal to all those who predict the death and demise of the brick and mortar fitness industry, it's also a very real bet...
In another reminder of how indispensable the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) is to public health - despite recent national political headlines - the esteemed agency published an invaluable study evaluating the implementation of the...
Even after achieving significant physical activity improvement over 24 months, older Hispanic adults still held onto self-defeating perceptions about aging and illness, and struggled to maintain motivation to continue exercising, according to a fascinating study published in...
Maybe behavior change counseling should more often resemble couples counseling? Spouses and domestic partners are highly likely to report the same cardio-vascular risk factors, according to a study from Harvard published in the...
An individual's personality traits may provide helpful clues for determining whether a particular behavioral change intervention will be successful, according to a study funded by the University of Pennsylvania Health System and published in PLOS ONE.
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