Exercise, an Active Lifestyle, and Obesity

Andersen, Ross E.
October 1999
Physician & Sportsmedicine;Oct99, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p41
Academic Journal
Studies the impact of exercise and an active lifestyle in the treatment and prevention of obesity. Need to modify vigorous exercise regimens to increase rates of adoption and compliance; Barriers to activity that overweight people face; Exercise predictive of long-term success in weight management; General health benefits of exercise.


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