What are the Effects of Single-Gender Classes on Students’ Physical Fitness Test Performance & Attitudes?

Research Paper Title The Effects of Single-Gender Classes on Students’ Physical Fitness Test Performance and Attitudes. Background The purpose of this pretest-posttest control group study was to test the Social Cognitive Theory by comparing the effects of class type, coeducational or single-gender, on physical fitness test performance and attitudes, controlling for previous fitness levels, among sixth-grade male… Read More

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The Motivation to Benefit from Exercise

Physical activity is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes,  and other chronic diseases and conditions. Despite the wealth of information about the benefits of exercise, sedentary adults often find it hard to change their behaviour in a sustainable manner. The development of interventions that support behaviour change is therefore… Read More