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Affective Response and Enjoyment to Acute High-Intensity Training with Different Intervals in Young and Obese Females
Shuoqi Li, Jiaolei Zhang, Cong Wang, Xiangui Zhu, Hongru Shi
Asian J Kinesiol. 2019;21(2):8-13.   Published online April 30, 2019
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15758/ajk.2019.21.2.8

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Affective Response and Enjoyment to Acute High-Intensity Training with Different Intervals in Young and Obese Females
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