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Leighton Jones, Jasmin C. Hutchinson and Elizabeth M. Mullin

demonstrate the importance of considering preferred exercise intensity when prescribing exercise to optimize affective response, and in turn, adherence. Exercise is often prescribed based on intensity zones (e.g., by personal trainers or training plans) but these prescriptions do not account for individual

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Jeffrey Martin

://appliedsportpsych.org/about/aasp-fellows/ , accessed February 15, 2019). Many of the advertised positions are not for SPPs (e.g., personal trainer, exercise specialist, performance coaches). It also provides perspective to consider the number of individuals employed in some example professions in which graduates from kinesiology/exercise science

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Daniel Gould

industry involving a wide range of business opportunities including municipalities building large athletic complexes to host youth tournaments, social media companies providing national rankings of young players, personal trainers and coaches offering their paid services for private coaching sessions, and

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Matt C. Crockett and Ted Butryn

ethnographic work at two CrossFit gyms in the San Francisco Bay Area. Although my research formally began in early 2015, I was contracted as an independent personal trainer and Olympic weightlifting instructor at “CrossFit Achieve” for over two years prior to the start of this ethnography. My familiarity with

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Shannon S.C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

increase the likelihood of these positive role models within physical activity ( Cunningham, 2012 ). Diversity training initiatives are already being developed by LGBTQ+ community groups, for example, a workshop series designed to provide LGBTQ+ diversity and inclusion education for personal trainers is

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James Dimmock, David Simich, Timothy Budden, Leslie Podlog, Mark Beauchamp and Ben Jackson

between expectations and experiences, it would be advisable to create strong (positive) expectations that are subsequently confirmed through a session that is carefully designed to be engaging and enjoyable. In addition, those who promote and market exercise participation—such as personal trainers and