Sağlıklı Kadınlarda Egzersiz Inanışının Egzersiz Davranış Değişimleri Üzerine Etkilerinin Incelenmesi
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Taking exercise is one of the most important components of a healthy life. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between healthy persons? exercise beliefs and exercise behaviours vis-a-vis life qualities, tiredness levels, physiological status, self-respect and body images there of. Sixty-six healthy individuals having the mean age 33.68±8.67 years (between 20-45 years old) were included in the study. Participants were divided in three groups; Clinical Pilates Group (CPG), Verbal Communication Group (VCG) and Control Group (CG). Before the measurements and study assesments, demographic information of the subjects were recorded. Body mass index (BMI) and waist, hip circumference were measured. Out of the study groups, the CPG has participated in the clinical pilates practice and the VCG has participated in the verbal communication programme. Prior to and at the end of the study application, the subjects have been evaluated with the exercise beliefs, physical activity index and measures examining pysicosocial factors ( Rosenberg self-esteem scale, body image index, SF-36, Beck depression scale, visual analog scale). According to the conclusions derived from this study, in CPG, meaningful changes for all parameters have taken place in comparison to the start of education (p<0.05). There were meaningful changes have taken place for all parameters except BMI, waist, hip circumference and role-emotional step of SF-36 in VCG. According to the difference analyses which were made between the groups, these changes were found more meaningful in CPG with regard to VCG (p<0.05). When study groups after study assesment datas were compared with CG datas, statistically meaningful differences were found in VCG in terms of exercise belief advantadges, disadvantadges, self-respect, life quality, tiredness, depression levels (p<0.05). In CG there were meaningful differences on the way low, in respect of positive effecting people, BMI, waist circumference, body images, role-emotional step of SF-36 parameters (p<0.05). The study groups exercise beliefs (advantadges, effecting people, disadvantadges), tiredness, self-respect, depression, body images and life quality after study were progressed positive in respect with regard to exercise study. The comparison which were made to find the differences between the groups, the progression in CPG showed superiority than the progression in VCG. When the study groups datas after study were compared with CG; there were meaningful differences in favour of CPG and CG. The meaningful differences in terms of effecting people, BMI, waist circumference, body images, role-emotional step of SF-36 parameters of CG can be the results of long time physical activity of this people. This study?s results showed that increase in physical activity levels can change the exercise beliefs and behaviours.