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The Influence of Time Spent in Outdoor Play on Daily and Aerobic Step Count in Costa Rican Children
There is strong evidence that children’s health associated with obesity is a major concern for nations around the world (Sharma, 2007; Wang & Lobstein, 2006). World efforts are being made to improve and protect their health. ...
Sport Education Model in Russian Schools: Professional Development and Effective Teaching for Pre-service Teachers
The success of most Sport Education seasons depends on the quality of planning and instruction, as well as teaching effectiveness. Sport Education is not just a season of playing games but one with purposeful instruction ...
Acute Effects of Whole Body Vibration on Central and Peripheral Hemodynamics and Oxygen Consumption in Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury
A substantial body of evidence suggests spinal cord injury (SCI) increases cardiovascular disease and mortality risk in aging individuals with SCI. Based on retrospective assessments, excess mortality after SCI has been ...
The Effect of Physical Activity on Science Competence and Attitude towards Science Content
This study examines the effect of physical activity on science instruction. To combat the implications of physical inactivity, schools need to be willing to consider all possible opportunities for students to engage in ...