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Kinesiology, Vol.48 No.1 June 2016. -

The research aimed at studying relationships between characteristics of CrossFit training time elapsed from starting with training, weekly session frequency and indicators of well-being, self-esteem, body

awareness, satisfaction with body image, and perceived body competence. Participants, 186 Norwegian individuals 57.5% female; mean age: 28.9±7.81 years regularly participating in CrossFit, completed online surveys WHO-5 Well-being Scale, PANAS, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, Body Awareness Questionnaire,

Body Image Ideals Questionnaire, Body Competence Scale, motivations for doing CrossFit. Weekly frequency of CrossFit sessions was not connected with positive affect Kendall tau b=-.02, p=.766, negative affect -.01, p=.861, or well-being .10, p=.068 in the correlation analysis. Similarly, overall CrossFit experience

duration x frequency was not related to global self-esteem Kendall tau b=.01, p=.778, body awareness -.04, p=.379, body image dissatisfaction .04, p=.423, and body competence -.07, p=.184. In the regression analysis, well-being was connected with male gender β=-.205, p



Author: Ferenc Köteles - ; Institute of Health Promotion and Sport Sciences, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary Maria Kollse

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