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Samuel M. Clevenger, Oliver Rick, and Jacob Bustad

US society is not natural, nor even guaranteed. Rather, sports position of prominence requires continuous cultivation by a complex and collusive network of commercially driven parties.” Sporting and commercial media organizations operate within that complex, collusive network, and their public

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Samuel R. Nyman

& Fuerst, 2013 ). Qi gong is an umbrella term for ancient Chinese traditional practices of self-cultivation and energy preservation ( Acton, 2009 ). Qi can be translated as “vital energy,” “breath,” or “spirit” ( Wayne & Fuerst, 2013 ). Qi gong is thus energy work, whereby practitioners seek to cultivate

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different developmental stages. Thus, the proposed PL system and evaluation may lead to healthier lifestyles through the cultivation of PL in China. Funding source: Chinese Scholarship Council Are There Reciprocal Relations Between Motor Competence, Physical Fitness and Executive Functions in Primary School