4 edition of The effects of dance team participation on female adolescent physical fitness and self-concept found in the catalog.
The effects of dance team participation on female adolescent physical fitness and self-concept
Written in English
|Statement||by LeAnn H. Belcher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 51 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||51|
Evidence is limited concerning the effects of school-based physical activity and physical education interventions, including policies on physical activity and fitness levels, across subgroups of children based on gender, race/ethnicity, immigrant generation, or socioeconomic status. Dance and Adolescent Girls 4. Body image is of great concern to females in our culture, and dance is often seen as a way of improving both physical fitness and grace. Participating in dance may be. a. way of addressing specific vulnerabilities associated with adolescent girls. Previous.
Participation in sports, which has important direct health benefits, is one socially sanctioned arena in which adolescents’ physical energies can be positively channeled. Other activities in which physical energy can be channeled include dance, theatre, carpentry, cheerleading, hiking, skiing, skateboarding, and part-time jobs that involve. The Effects of Program Frequency on the Physical Fitness of Kindergarten Students Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of program frequency of physical fitness scores of kindergarten students. Kindergarten students from a daily program (n= 43, 21 males, 13 females) and a twice-weekly program (n. Authors: Travis Scheadler, Audrey Wagstaff, Ph.D., MJE Corresponding Authors: Travis Scheadler [email protected] () Oakland Rd Loveland, OH Wilmington College Audrey Wagstaff, Ph.D., MJE [email protected] () Quaker Way Pyle Box Wilmington, OH Wilmington College Exposure to Women’s Sports: Changing .
When looking at the relationship of physical activity and sports team participation with grade point average (GPA), sports team participation was independently associated with a higher GPA for high school girls and boys. The effect of sports team participation had an . Thomsen, S.R., Bower, D.W., & Barnes, M.D. (). Photographic images in women's health, fitness, and sports magazines and the physical self-concept of a group of adolescent female volleyball players. Journal of Sport & Social Issues 28(3): Google Scholar. Successful programs have used strategies such as girls-only programs [33, 37, 41, 65–67], not requiring students to wear their physical education uniform [65, 67], modifying traditional physical education classes according to results of focus groups with participants (e.g. offering Tae Bo and aerobic dance) [65, 67], and provision of Cited by: 1.
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