Comparison of affective responses in aerobic activities categorized by intensity, impulse training and duration

      Background: Adherence to physical activity has been related to individuals' affective responses. It is necessary to understand what variables affect these responses in greater magnitude. Aims: To compare the affective responses of two aerobic prescriptions categorized according to their intensity, duration and training impulse (TRIMP).
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