Responses to Physical Exertion in Active and Inactive Males and Females

in Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
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  • 1 University of Wales, Bangor
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An experiment is presented that investigates the relationship between gender, exercise history, and psychological affect during and after exercising at different workloads. High-active and low-active subjects reported their psychological affect in the last 30 s of and 5 min after exercising at 60 and 90% VO2max workloads. Results indicated that high-active subjects (both males and females) were significantly more positive in the 90% workload condition than were the low-active group, but there was no difference between the groups in the 60% workload condition (p < .001). These results suggest that psychological affect in exercise settings is influenced by exercise history, workload, and time when self-reported affect is requested.

The authors are with the Division of Health and Human Performance at the University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG, UK.

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