Self-Compassion and Physical Activity: The Underpinning Role of Psychological Distress and Barrier Self-Efficacy

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Zhang, S., Roscoe, C. and Pringle, A. 2023. Self-Compassion and Physical Activity: The Underpinning Role of Psychological Distress and Barrier Self-Efficacy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20 (2), p. 1480. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20021480
AuthorsZhang, S., Roscoe, C. and Pringle, A.
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Unlike other personality traits or dispositions, self-compassion can be nurtured and is likely a driving source for physical activity. Emerging research has started to examine self-compassion in physical activity contexts; however, most existing studies were underpowered and overlooked the psycho-behavioural factors underlying the link between self-compassion and physical activity. In a sample of 569 UK adults (mean age = 41.92 years, SD = 13.70; 47.8% female), we examined the hypothesis that self-compassion’s positive influence on physical activity operates through re- duced psychological distress and subsequently increased barrier self-efficacy. Results supported the prediction, with the positive influences of self-compassion being more prominent in more vig- orous physical activity. The findings suggest that self-compassion is a good source of emotional resources (i.e., attenuated psychological distress) and confidence to overcome challenges and obstacles (i.e., increased barrier self-efficacy) in the context of physical activity. Future interventions and pro- grams could consider incorporating self-compassion for physical activity adoption and maintenance.

Keywordsself-compassion; psychological distress; barrier; self-efficacy; physical activity; sedentary; personality; disposition; self-regulation
Year2023
JournalInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Journal citation20 (2), p. 1480
PublisherMDPI Open Access Journals
ISSN1660-4601
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph20021480
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Preschool staff and parents? Perceptions of preschool children's physical activity and fundamental movement skills from an area of high deprivation: a qualitative study
Roscoe, Clare M. P., James, Rob S. and Duncan, Michael J. 2017. Preschool staff and parents? Perceptions of preschool children's physical activity and fundamental movement skills from an area of high deprivation: a qualitative study. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/2159676X.2017.1322630
Preschool and parental influences on physical activity and fundamental movement skills in preschool children from low socio-economic backgrounds: A qualitative study.
Roscoe, Clare M. P., Birch, Samantha, James, Rob S. and Duncan, Michael J. 2016. Preschool and parental influences on physical activity and fundamental movement skills in preschool children from low socio-economic backgrounds: A qualitative study. British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences.