The purpose of this study was to analyze the difference between Exercise addiction and Affect, and addiction-related potential was investigated. In addition, exercise addiction prevention and positive exercise was to identify. The participants of the study included 312 tennis club member who were more than 20 years old and lived in seoul city. The survey was analyzed by SPSS PC+ for window (version 12.0) which is a statistical analysis program to produce the computational results of this study. Based on the survey, this study could draw such results as follows: First, exercise addiction, gender and age on partial variables were statistically significant differences. A male positive addictions, exercise desire were higher than in female. 50s in the withdrawal symptoms of the variables that showed statistically significant difference participation, and period, frequency, time of exercise addiction showed that in withdrawal symptoms, positive addictions domain in a statistically meaningful differences. Second, social demographic domain in the presence of gender showed significant correlation exercise desire were and exercise participation time in the positive addictions showed significant correlation. Participation frequency and the time involved in retaining all the positive affect and negative affect have found a high correlation. Third, the influence of relation between exercise addiction and affect of tennis participants, exercise desire, positive addiction, showed in a statistically positive affect and negative affect meaningful influence on it.