Summary of Why Some People Find Exercising Harder than Others
Vision affects your attitude toward exercise. So put on rose-tinted glasses, and start pumping iron.
Do you hate to exercise? Research into how humans view the world may provide a simple, inexpensive solution. Social psychologist Emily Balcetis and her team at New York University tested how peoples’ physical and mental states affected their vision and attitude toward exercise. With a few mental adjustments, that dreaded workout will seem just a little bit easier. getAbstract recommends Balcetis’s remarkable findings to anyone whose New Year’s resolution is to exercise more.
In this summary, you will learn
- How humans see the world around them
- How physical and emotional states can affect your attitude toward exercise
- How you can adjust your perceptions to make world seem nicer
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