Gender Differences in Exercise Motivation

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Abstract Exercise motivation drives individuals to exercise. Kilpatrick et al. (2005) showed exercise motivation was primarily driven by weight management for females and performance and ego-related factors for males. The current study examined the impact of workout video instructor gender on exercise motivation. Participants (n = 30F/30M) were randomly assigned to watch a workout video with eithe...

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