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Toriola, A. L.

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Date: 2015/09/03
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3372
Description: To evaluate a two-year longitudinal development of health-related fitness, anthropometry and body composition status amongst adolescents in Tlokwe Municipality, Potchefstroom, South Africa.Setting: A ... More
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Date: 2015/07/01
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3140
Description: Participation in school sport can benefit children and their schools in many ways, but due to fiscal, infrastructural and professional challenges facing school sport the need to increase the level of ... More
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Date: 2015/04/24
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3142
Description: The study determined the relationship between physical activity (PA) and risk factors of obesity among primary school children (boys: mean age 11.17±1.29, n=678; girls: mean age 10.88±1.27, n=683) in ... More
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Date: 2015
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3557
Description: The purpose of this study was to evaluate learners’ views about sport promotion at public primary and secondary schools in Tshwane, the capital city of South Africa. A total of 773 school children age ... More
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Date: 2009/09/01
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3420
Description: A challenge created by the school environment is to develop a training programme for athletes with continuous progression in order to achieve improved performance. This lack of continuous progression ... More
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Date: 2009-03-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1271
Description: Abstract In 2002 the United Nations (UN) convened an Inter Agency Task Force on sport for development and peace with the aim of reviewing activities concerning sport in the UN system and designing str ... More
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Date: 2009-01-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1286
Description: The purpose of this study was to examine age and gender differences in muscular strength and flexibility among primary school children and to compare the findings with data for school-going children f ... More
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Date: 2009-01-01
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1278
Description: Several indices for body-weight disorders exist in scientific literature, but it is inconclusive whether or not they can yield comparable results when applied to Nigerian children. The prevalence of w ... More
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Date: 2007-09-01
Subject: Anthropometry | Children
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1283
Description: Childhood and adolescent obesity tends to extend into adulthood and predisposes the individual to some chronic diseases in later life. Body composition is a good parameter for evaluating obesity and n ... More
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Date: 2006-09
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:1258
Description: Physical Education (PE) and School Sport (SS) in South Africa demonstrate extremes and inequities. Contrast is visible in all aspects of South African life, but most significantly in education. White ... More
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Date: 2005
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3571
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between the body composition characteristics, body mass index (BMI), sum of skinfolds (SSF), % body fat (¿), fat-free mass (FFM) and waist- ... More
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Date: 2004
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3606
Description: Assessment of practical skills in physical education lessons have often been criticised as subjective. In this study three experienced judges' ratings poorly predicted the 116 students' scores on the ... More
Date: 2004
Language: en
Type: Text
Identifier: tut:3607
Description: An experiment assessed whether novice table-tennis players' ball-bal­ ancing and bouncing skills could predict their performances after a semester of being coached. A pretest-posttest design was used ... More
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