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Positive effect of pedometer-based walking intervention on body image and physical activity enjoyment in adolescent girls

Published Online: 30 Mar 2017
Page range: 34 - 42
Received: 29 Dec 2016
Accepted: 22 Mar 2017
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Study aim: To assess the effects of an eight-week pedometer-based walking intervention, using different strategies of goalsetting, on self-efficacy, physical activity enjoyment, and body image.

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