The Power of Your Mindset When It Comes to Exercise

The Power of Your Mindset When It Comes to Exercise

If exercise seems like a good idea but you can never seem to maintain a routine, it’s worth considering your exercise “mindset,” defined by psychologists as fundamental assumptions that shape our behavior and our reality. While it has long been known that mindsets can make a big difference in academic performance and stress management, there is growing evidence that targeting some of our most ingrained habitual beliefs and replacing them through more adaptive beliefs can strengthen our ability to stay healthy.

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