Elizabeth D. Hathaway, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.Ed.,is an assistant professor in the department of Health and Human Performance at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She has an undergraduate degree in the mundane science of economics. Her research interests include strategies to increase physical activity levels in previously inactive individuals. In her spare time, she enjoys life chats with her students.Michael V. Fedewa, Ph.D.,is an assistant professor of exercise science at the University of Alabama. His research examines how exercise and physical activity can favorably influence obesity and cardiovascular disease risk in young adults. He believes that more physical activity is better than less and that any physical activity is better than none. He plans to determine factors that make exercise training an effective treatment method for some individuals, but not for others.
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Apply It!•Understand that individuals do not always act rationally and have strategies ready to combat this.•Rethink the format of your client’s training session to lead to increased levels of pleasure.