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(p. 336) Exercise Addiction and Aversion: Implications for Eating and Obesity 

(p. 336) Exercise Addiction and Aversion: Implications for Eating and Obesity
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(p. 336) Exercise Addiction and Aversion: Implications for Eating and Obesity
Author(s):

David M. Williams

and Bess H. Marcus

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199738168.003.0050
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date: 06 December 2019

This chapter discusses exercise addiction and aversion. It reviews evidence regarding affective response to exercise, ranging from euphoria to aversion, and associated patterns of physical activity behavior, ranging from exercise addiction to physical inactivity. Additionally, it discusses the relationships between exercise behavior, eating, and obesity, and presents an overview of basic information on physical activity and exercise.

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