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Study Shows Coaching (in Class or With a Trainer) Lessens Depression. A slew of studies have found exercise has a profound impact on mood and, in cases of mild to moderate depression, a cardiovascular workout might be as effective as prescription anti-depressants. Personal training is good for your health!
Study Shows Coaching (in Class or With a Trainer) Lessens Depression A slew of studies have found exercise has a profound impact on mood and, in cases of mild to moderate depression, a cardiovascular workout might be as effective as prescription anti-depressants. HOW EXERCISE BOOSTS MOOD. Research has shown 20 minutes of exercise helped women with major depression feel less depressed and anxious – but there was one important difference coaching.
Read the article – Study Shows Coaching (In a class or with a trainer) Lessens depression. Source – Myfitnesspal. Through our course and coaching we have spent the better part of the past ten years leveraging our lessons learned to guide amazing human beings through the process of coping with significant bouts of depression and heartbreak (and other forms of adversity). The work has been anything but easy, but it’s also been incredibly rewarding and life.
Depression and athletes are a common pairing that coaches need to be aware of. A study by Georgetown University of current and former college athletes revealed that 17% of those currently in an athletic program suffered from depression symptoms. This is a little below the estimate that 25% of all college students experience depressive symptoms. Study finds physical activity lessens depression in children Researchers have found that moderate to vigorous physical activity can stave off depression in children.
In a study looking at high and low intensities of progressive resistance training in adults >60 years old, a decrease in depression symptoms was more significant in the high intensity exercise group. The high intensity group was lifting 3x8 reps at 80% their one rep max, whereas the low intensity group was doing 20% of their one rep max. Research has shown 20 minutes of exercise helped women with major depression feel less depressed and anxious – but there was one important difference coaching. Read the article – Study Shows Coaching (In a class or with a trainer) Lessens depression. Source – Myfitnesspal.
The Author. Jonathan Goodman is the founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center and author of multiple bestselling books for personal trainers.In addition, Jon founded the first-ever certification for online fitness trainers, the Online Trainer Academy.Originally from Toronto, Jon and his wife Alison spend their winters traveling the world with their baby boy, Calvin. Coaching is all about your relationship to (anything) – you fill in the blank.
Consider working with a coach to identify the beliefs that are leading to your anxiety-riddled thoughts, driving the disempowered actions, and producing feelings of anxiety and depression.
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|from Mindful Coaching: How Mindfulness can Transform Coaching Practice|
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|from Clinical Exercise Physiology|
|from Routledge Handbook of Applied Sport Psychology: A Comprehensive Guide for Students and Practitioners|
|from An Introduction to Applied Cognitive Psychology|
|from The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice|
|from The Power of SMART Goals: Using Goals to Improve Student Learning|
|from Conducting Research Literature Reviews: From the Internet to Paper|
|from The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring|