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Courtney C. Walton, Serena Carberry, Michael Wilson, Rosemary Purcell, Lisa Olive, Stewart Vella, and Simon Rice

disorders. Good mental health can be considered as a state of well-being that allows individuals to cope with the normal stresses of life and function productively in addition to possessing the skills and resilience to productively manage abnormal and potentially destructive stressors ( Fusar-Poli et

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Oliver W.A. Wilson, Kelsey E. Holland, Lucas D. Elliott, Michele Duffey, and Melissa Bopp

COVID-19 circumstances are two options. Modification of course delivery will mean a new reliance on technology to communicate with students and, therefore, promote student health and well-being. Web-delivered health interventions, in particular tailored interventions, have demonstrated promise among

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John B. Nezlek, Marzena Cypryańska, Piotr Cypryański, Karolina Chlebosz, Karolina Jenczylik, Joanna Sztachańska, and Anna M. Zalewska

whenever and wherever they can walk, running does not require a team, individuals can run at their own pace for as long as they choose, and so forth. Given this popularity, it is important to understand the effects that running may have on people’s psychological well-being, and this study was designed to

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Yuhei Inoue, Mikihiro Sato, and Kevin Filo

Services compose a major portion of products offered by sport organizations ( Chelladurai, 2014 ). Meanwhile, there is a growing recognition that the production and consumption of services, in general, play a critical role in determining the well-being of individuals and collectives ( Anderson

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Lee Baldock, Brendan Cropley, Rich Neil, and Stephen D. Mellalieu

impact upon the individual’s performance and mental well-being (for a review, see Baldock et al., 2020 ). Researchers investigating coach stress have explored individual components of the stress process, including the nature and categorization of stressors experienced (e.g.,  Olusoga et al., 2009

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Rachel E. Bollaert, C. Danielle Jones, Petra Silic, and Robert W. Motl

most prevalent groups for women and men with MS, respectively ( Wallin et al., 2019 ). This suggests that there are more adults aged 60 years and older than younger adults living with MS. Such a shift has implications for health and well-being based on aging with a chronic, disabling disease ( Sanai et

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Barbara Humberstone and Sue Stuart

This paper examines the lived experience of older women participants in (a) a low-impact exercise to music (ETM) class and (b) a yoga class to uncover what is important for them in taking part in these classes. Researcher S is the instructor of the ETM group and draws upon individual and focus group interviews and participant observation. Researcher B is a member of the yoga class where she interviewed the women and undertook participant observations. Both authors are a similar age to the older women interviewees. Through a phenomenological interpretative approach, the paper examines the women’s perceptions of their exercise class and yoga experiences, highlighting pleasurable experiences and features that contribute to this enjoyment. The paper considers relationships between pleasure, wellbeing, the senses, physical activity, and aging, drawing upon a variety of analyses. It pays attention to the contextual features of the ETM and yoga classes in making available and accessible pleasurable physical activity experiences for the women and draws, in part, on ‘typologies’ of pleasure to frame the debate around older women, physical activity, and senses of pleasure. Our research highlights the considerable wellbeing affects for women when physical activity provision takes account of context (the spatial, cultural, social, and sentient).

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Pamela Wicker, Sören Dallmeyer, and Christoph Breuer

conditions, affect sporting success, but off-field determinants, which are reflected in athletes’ well-being, also do ( Dunn, 2014 ). Therefore, in recent years, the notion of athlete well-being has become increasingly important in the policy debate. For example, the Australian Institute of Sport ( 2019

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Benita J. Lalor, Shona L. Halson, Jacqueline Tran, Justin G. Kemp, and Stuart J. Cormack

-report well-being questionnaires are a practical tool that can provide insight into an athlete’s status in areas such as muscle soreness, stress, and injury. 3 The perceived well-being of AF players has been shown to influence the exercise intensity of subsequent field-based training sessions 4 and

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Pamela Wicker and Paul Downward

.” Accordingly, policies identify several benefits of volunteering to volunteers, such as an increasing number of social contacts; inclusion of socially isolated individuals; development of knowledge, skills, and abilities; and well-being ( German Olympic Sports Confederation [DOSB], 2015 ; HM Government, 2015