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Fran Hoogestraat, Michael Phillips and Lanise Rosemond

Truly the best coaching education programs more than adequately outline the myriad of roles a coach must perform: from disciplinarian to diplomat, mother or father figure to dictator, from detective to judge and jury (Hammermeister, 2010; Sabock & Sabock, 2008.) Nevertheless, coaches at high school and college levels appear to be consistently confronted with unexpected surprises. Why is this?

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Paweł Zembura, Agata Korcz, Elżbieta Cieśla, Aleksandra Gołdys and Hanna Nałȩcz

to their participation in PA materially (by providing resources), 64.5% consider themselves enabled to participate in PA, 41.4% get emotional support, 17.3% receive support in planning activities 10 15.1% of mothers and 24% of fathers regularly participate in sport or are physically active at least

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Erin Strutz, Raymond Browning, Stephanie Smith, Barbara Lohse and Leslie Cunningham-Sabo

) were then explored. Bivariate and partial correlations were then run for same-sex dyads versus dyads who were not the same sex, dyads in which the father wore the ACC versus dyads in which the mother wore the ACC, and dyads in which the child was classified as normal weight versus dyads in which the

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Vedrana Sember, Shawnda A. Morrison, Gregor Jurak, Marjeta Kovač, Mojca Golobič, Poljanka Pavletić Samardžija, Mojca Gabrijelčič, Marko Primožič, Tjaša Kotar, Janet Klara Djomba and Gregor Starc

insufficient physical fitness (ACDSi 2013-16). 3 , 4 Contemporary girls have exceeded the levels of physical fitness of their mothers whereas boys are still lagging behind their fathers but are improving. 9 Conclusion The proportion of children and youth who achieve the recommended levels of daily physical

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Vicki D. Schull and Lisa A. Kihl

frequently, their empathy was attributed to experiences other than their sport playing experiences. Rather, the ability of male coaches to display empathy in leadership was attributed to roles and experiences as fathers in their personal lives. For example: He [HS basketball coach] really knew how to relate

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Yolanda Demetriou, Antje Hebestreit, Anne K. Reimers, Annegret Schlund, Claudia Niessner, Steffen Schmidt, Jonas David Finger, Michael Mutz, Klaus Völker, Lutz Vogt, Alexander Woll and Jens Bucksch

.pone.0093059 9. Schoeppe S , Röbl M , Liersch S , Krauth C , Walter U . Mothers and fathers both matter: the positive influence of parental physical activity modeling on children’s leisure-time physical activity . Pediatr Exerc Sci . 2016 ; 28 ( 3 ): 466 – 472 . PubMed ID: 26883018. doi:10

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Wendy Y. Huang, Stephen H.S. Wong, Cindy H.P. Sit, Martin C.S. Wong, Raymond K.W. Sum, Sam W.S. Wong and Jane J. Yu

activity participation together at least once per week. 2 17.3% of fathers and 15.1% of mothers report exercise habits of ≥3 times per week. 10 School C 77% of primary schools have physical education (PE) class for 70-120 minutes per week. 11 70% of schools have a physical activity related policy (28% with

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Salomé Aubert, Julien Aucouturier, Caroline Ganière, Alicia Fillon, Pauline Genin, Julien Schipman, Benjamin Larras, Corinne Praznoczy, Martine Duclos and David Thivel

58th percentile for flexibility (measured with the test sit-and-reach) 6 based on age- and sex-specific international normative data from 27 countries. 7 Family and Peers INC A cross sectional study that surveyed 1713 boys and 1724 girls (all 12 years old) in Bas-Rhin found that 46% of fathers and

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Mayrena I. Hernandez, Kevin M. Biese, Dan A. Schaefer, Eric G. Post, David R. Bell and M. Alison Brooks

the risk of injury in sports compared with children. Mothers are more concerned about injury when compared with fathers. 16 This is consistent with previous literature focusing on concussions, in which parents are more concerned than children and mothers are more concerned than fathers about

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Sarah Zipp, Tavis Smith and Simon Darnell

& Nauright, 2018 ). In these studies, adolescent boys had higher levels of self-efficacy as related to physical activity or sport than adolescent girls. Boys’ previous experience in sport, often through fathers or male family members, may better position them to enhance their sport skills and report higher