Health, Medical, and Science Updates | Virtual exercise partners boost performance, motivation: Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
A competent, virtual exercise partner can boost motivation and improve team performance. A new study, testing the benefits of a virtual exercise partner, shows that the presence of a moderately more capable cycling partner boosts motivation to stick to an exercise program. The work by Brandon Irwin and colleagues, from Michigan State University in the US, is published online in Springer’s journal, Annals of Behavioral Medicine. Continue.