Helping Motivate Clients—Applications of the Self-Determination Theory

by Brook L. Skidmore, MS, CSCS
Personal Training Quarterly March 2014
Vol 2, Issue 2


This article provides practical suggestions that personal trainers can use to help their clients become and stay motivated to stick with their exercise routines.

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Brook Skidmore is a former physical education instructor for the College of Southern Idaho. She is currently finishing her second Master’s degree in S ...

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