This book addresses the challenging psychological components of
physical activity. Bringing together a field of experts, Doing
Exercise Psychology uses applied theories alongside authentic
client interactions to address the challenging psychological
components of physical activity. The book helps students understand
how to build connections with individual clients, strengthen the
professional relationship through listening and understand clients'
needs. Its text features diverse topics, bridging health psychology
and exercise psychology to demonstrate the increasingly important
role of physical activity in overall wellness and health.