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Factors Associated with Regular Exercise Behavior among the Employees in Workplace
Employees in Workplace
Regular Exercise behavior
The purpose of this study was to explore regular exercise behavior and their determinants among employees in workplace. Psychosocial factors and environmental factors regarding engage regular exercise behavior were obtained from 118 male and female employees. The results were evaluated by chi-square test, t-test, point-biserial correlation and logistic regression. There were major findings as following: 1. About 16.95% of subjects had regular exercise in the past six months 2. Subjects who perceived their health status to be better, or who joined sports communities were more likely to engage regular exercise behavior. 3. Self-efficacy for exercise, social support for exercise, sport enjoyment and outcome expectation for exercise were positively correlated with regular exercise behavior. 4. Environmental factors (sports equipment at home, field to exercise) were positively related regular exercise behavior. 5. Self-efficacy for exercise and sports community involvement could predict regular exercise behavior. Implications for use of this finding by health educators in developing relevant intervention to promote regular exercise behavior are discussed.
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