People tend to overstate their positive habits and understate their negative ones, and this holds true especially in training and nutrition. Tracking your workouts and your nutrition is going to be a HUGE difference maker. You may still see positive progress without tracking, but why walk when you can run?. “It is certainly uncommon for […]

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Objective: To determine whether people TMs beliefs about their illness, conceptualised by the common sense model (CSM), can prospectively predict adherence to self management behaviours (including, attendance, medication, diet and exercise) in adults with acute and chronic physical illnesses.Design and Main Outcome Measures: Electronic databases were searched in September 2014, for papers specifying the use […]

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