Baldwyn physician Kevin Abel wrote a thought-provoking and entirely
accurate column about exercise on the Health page of last Friday’s
Daily Journal. He noted that weight lo...
Staying fit and healthy and losing weight are the two most common New
Congratulations to Kristen Beavers, assistant professor of health and
exercise science, whose proposal entitled “Effect of exercise
Modality During weight loss on Bone Healt...
An improved understanding of how weight-loss interventions might be
tailored to improve emotional eating is required. This study aimed to
assess mediation of the relationship ...
Results from behavioral treatments for obesity have been disappointing
due to an inability to sustain healthy eating. The concurrent use of
theory, research, and practical app...
Background: A better understanding of interrelations of exercise and
improved eating, and their psychosocial correlates of self-efficacy,
mood, and self-regulation, may be use...
Improvements in self-image and mood are often reported as outcomes of
obesity interventions. However, they may also concurrently influence
weight loss, suggesting a reciprocal...
Behavioral theory suggests that treatments that increase
participants’ use of self-regulatory skills and/or their feelings of
ability (self-efficacy) will improve exercise a...
Background: Behavioral weight-loss treatments have been overwhelmingly
unsuccessful. Many inadequately address both behavioral theory and
extant research—especially in regar...
Background: weight-loss interventions have had disappointing outcomes,
partly because of a minimal understanding of associated psychological
factors. Theory-based treatments o...
Background: Behavioral interventions for weight-loss have been largely
unsuccessful. exercise is the strongest predictor of maintained weight
loss and much of its effects may ...
Severely obese men and women (body mass index ≥ 35 ≤ 55 kg/m2;
Mage = 44.8 years, SD = 9.3) were randomly assigned to a 6-month
physical activity support treatment paired ...