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Scott Westfall

turnaround. Until now, sport psychology research pertaining to coaching has mainly focused on leadership, communication, motivation, group dynamics, and creating/sustaining team cultures (e.g.,  Carron & Eys, 2012 ; Chelladurai, 2007 ; Donoso-Morales, Bloom, & Caron, 2017 ; Duda, Balaguer, Jowett

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Gareth J. Jones, Christine E. Wegner, Kyle S. Bunds, Michael B. Edwards and Jason N. Bocarro

sustainable community change through sport ( Misener & Schulenkorf, 2016 ; Schulenkorf, 2012 ). Indeed, scholars often juxtapose these bottom-up approaches with the more conventional top-down tactics in which community stakeholders are recipients, rather than partners, in the community development process

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Maureen R. Weiss

demands) and mediates the relationship between movement competence and participation behavior. Children who demonstrate skilled behavior will appraise abilities favorably and be motivated to continue in an activity, sustain effort, and perform at a higher level. Greater participation motivation should

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Kimberlee A. Gretebeck, Caroline S. Blaum, Tisha Moore, Roger Brown, Andrzej Galecki, Debra Strasburg, Shu Chen and Neil B. Alexander

individualized home-based lifestyle program with 2 physical activity comparison groups on the primary outcomes of physical function and physical activity in older adults with T2DM. Results from this study can provide a template for structured and sustainable programs to limit mobility disability and to enhance

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Francini Vilela Novais, Eduardo J. Simoes, Chester Schmaltz and Luiz R. Ramos

, flexibility, and balance.” When the older adults had already implemented some type of physical exercise at the recommended volume, they were advised to sustain the activities. Individuals with limited or low physical fitness (according to observation of their medical records or subjective assessment by the

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Patrick Abi Nader, Evan Hilberg, John M. Schuna, Deborah H. John and Katherine B. Gunter

However, to achieve these outcomes, teachers must adopt and sustain implementation of CBPA breaks, and children must participate. Teachers play a critical role in sustained CBPA breaks implementation. 21 The available research suggests several teacher-level factors that influence teacher’s implementation

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Kent Upham, Brandon J. Auer, Christopher N. Sciamanna, Andrew J. Mowen, Joshua M. Smyth, David E. Conroy, Matthew Silvis, Jennifer L. Kraschnewski, Liza S. Rovniak, Erik Lehman, Kalen Kearcher, Maggie Vizzini and Louis Cesarone

displeasure. 9 , 10 In a recent study, Lewis et al 10 observed, among 448 adults participating in a clinical trial, that enjoyment was a stronger predictor of future activity than self-efficacy. The idea that PA enjoyment can lead to sustained PA adherence is consistent with principles of positive

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Lilian G. Perez, Terry L. Conway, Adrian Bauman, Jacqueline Kerr, John P. Elder, Elva M. Arredondo and James F. Sallis

improvements to the environment influence PA behavior change. In conclusion, present findings provide additional support for international recommendations to improve built environments for population-wide benefits for PA, health, and environmental sustainability. 39 – 41 Acknowledgments We would like to thank

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Sofiya Alhassan, Christine W. St. Laurent, Sarah Burkart, Cory J. Greever and Matthew N. Ahmadi

. Research to date suggests that a preschool center’s ORHB environment plays a role in children’s ORHBs. 9 – 11 A review by Ward et al 4 reported that for a health behavior intervention to be sustainable, it must be delivered by the center staff (eg, classroom teachers). However, teachers are generally

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Jason Brumitt, Alma Mattocks, Jeremy Loew and Phil Lentz

of the knee, and muscle–tendon strains of the shoulder. 4 The top 3 injuries sustained during college VB practices are ankle ligament sprains, muscle–tendon strains of the upper leg, and muscle–tendon strains of the lower back. 4 The competitive D III college season for VB occurs during the fall