Exercise and Recovery

Recovery is characterized as centered upon reforming the habitus. The increased confidence, fitness, strength, positive body image, self-efficacy and decreased levels of anxiety and the reduction of stressors attributed to physical exercise were also found to aid positive habitus development.2

There is a sizable body of evidence that shows increased activity and improved fitness increases self-esteem and reduces psychological triggers, that can lead to relapse.3

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