Posts Tagged ‘psychosocial consequences’

Active Lifestyle. Part 6

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 12:49 Comments Off

It is not exactly clear at what stages these factors have the greatest impact. The entire relapse model appears to describe low-involvement situations, so knowing the factors that contribute to relapse is probably marginally useful information. The key question is, how can fitness professionals improve positive involvement so that these relapse factors are minimized?

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Active Lifestyle. Part 3

Saturday, October 13, 2012 12:37 Comments Off

The third similarity is that stages of adoption models, such as ALSAM, recognize that people are cognitively and emotionally processing information differently as they move from one stage to another. Successful marketing strategies require that fitness professionals understand these processes and how to use them to stimulate people into action.

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