Jay Kimiecik believes that focusing on those reasons make sticking with a fitness plan almost impossible.
Jay Kimiecik believes that focusing on those reasons make sticking with a fitness plan almost impossible. With full appreciation of the real problems people have with exercising. In Chapter 2 Inside-Out: The Intrinsic Approach to Exercise and Chapter 3 The Intrinsic Exerciser:An Overview the author describes how we are "hard-wired for movement, living in a body that wants to move. He promotes the type of behavior that is "becoming part of who you are" and enjoying activities for their own sake far removed from external and internal pressures.
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This book is not like the typical book about why you need to lose and all the benefits of exercise.
book by Jay Kimiecik. Too many of us exercise to lose weight and stay fit. Jay Kimiecik believes that focusing on those reasons make sticking with a fitness plan almost impossible. This book is not like the typical book about why you need to lose and all the benefits of exercise.
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The Intrinsic Exerciser. Discovering the Joy of Exercise. Published May 13, 2002 by Houghton Mifflin. By now you've heard or read most of the reasons that you should be physically active.
Too many of us exercise to lose weight and stay fit. Jay Kimiecik believes that focusing on those reasons make . Kimiecik's infectious enthusiasm and easy four-step plan will turn anyone into an intrinsic exerciser for life. With full appreciation of the real problems people have with exercising, he writes that we must instead find personal pleasure in any physical activity we choose.
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Jay Kimiecik, PhD, is a professor at Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) and co-founder of the Well-Being Way. He is the author of The Intrinsic Exerciser: Discovering the Joy of Exercise and Y Personal Fitness Program (YPFP) for the YMCA, used in over 500 YMCAs in North America. Doug Newburg, PhD, is the co-founder of Powered by Feel. He has interviewed and worked with hundreds of world-class performers in sports, business, aeronautics, the military, and education.
Sport psychologists know that many people who do a behavior voluntarily over a long period of time have discovered for themselves an inner feeling that motivates them to perform the behavior, such as exercise, for its own sake. The Role of Resonance in Performance Excellence and Life Engagement.
An exercise book or composition book is a notebook that is used in schools to copy down schoolwork and notes. A student will usually have a different exercise book for each separate lesson or subject. The exercise book format is different for some subjects: for the majority of subjects, the exercise book will contain lined paper with a margin, but for other subjects such as mathematics, the exercise book will contain squared paper to aid in the drawing of graphs, tables or other diagrams.