Exercise for the Elderly: Applying Self-Efficacy

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Promotion of exercise behavior among elderly is very important. Exercise behavior modification is an important aspect that should be incorporated with other treatments to control and prevent complication. In order to modify exercise behavior, self-efficacy is a crucial factor. Elderly who receive the self-efficacy enhancement have higher self-efficacy, which make they adjust exercise behavior to enhance proper, correct, and sustainable exercise behavior.

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