‘Guilting’ teens into exercise won’t increase activity

Adults who try to guilt middle-schoolers into exercising won’t get them to be any more active. The study found students who don’t feel in control of their exercise choices or who feel pressured by adults to be more active typically aren’t. Middle-schoolers who feel they can make their own decisions about exercising are more likely to see themselves as a person who exercises, which in turn makes them more likely to exercise.

from Fitness News — ScienceDaily http://bit.ly/1g00SAi
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