CHAMPAIGN, lll. — Sticking with an exercise routine means being able to overcome the obstacles that invariably arise. A key to success is having the confidence that you can do it, researchers report. A new study explores how some cognitive strategies and abilities influence this “situation-specific self-confidence,” a quality the researchers call “self-efficacy.”
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