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Xiaofen D. Keating, Jingwen Liu, Xiaolu Liu, Jeff Colburn, Jianmin Guan and Ke Zhou

in the future ( Capel, 2016 ; Masurier & Corbin, 2006 ; Miller et al., 2017 ; Xiang, Lowy, & McBride, 2002 ). Moreover, beliefs about the physical education (PE) professional is also an essential factor in PPETs’ career choice ( Dündar, 2014 ; Hutchinson & Buschner, 1996 ; Xiang et al., 2002

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Hannah R. Thompson, Bhaani K. Singh, Annie Reed, Robert García, Monica Lounsbery, Benjamin D. Winig and Kristine A. Madsen

School physical education (PE) is one of the most valuable opportunities to improve youth cardiovascular fitness. 1 – 4 PE has been shown to contribute more than one-third of students’ recommended daily 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity 5 and supports the acquisition of skills

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Ken R. Lodewyk

traits have been associated with adaptive outcomes in physical education (PE)-related settings such as physical activity ( Wilson & Dishman, 2015 ), academic achievement ( Ackerman, 2013 ), health ( Jackson, Dimmock, Gucciardi, & Grove, 2011 ), and sport ( Allen, Greenlees, & Jones, 2013 ). Despite these

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Lucas C. Bianco, James M. May, Smokey L. Fermin, Robert Oates and Scott W. Cheatham

clinician (TC) were the patella tendon, pes anserinus, iliotibial band, tibialis posterior, popliteus, medial gastrocnemius, tensor fascia latae, adductor magnus, adductor longus, pectineus, gracilis, and psoas muscle based on the protocol for patella tendinitis. 15 The treatment(s) of PRT were provided to

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Carl G. Mattacola

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Shane Pill, Brendon Hyndman, Brendan SueSee and John Williams

There have been many critiques of physical education (PE; e.g.,  Evans & Davies, 2010 ; Green, 2014 ; Kirk, 2010 ; Pill, 2016a ). Overall, it is claimed that there is questionable pedagogy, curriculum design, content relevance, low levels of physical activity in PE, struggles to maintain student

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Stephen Harvey and Brendon Hyndman

. 1020) and become commonplace within their educational practices ( Henderson et al., 2017 ; Selwyn, 2016 ; Veletsianos, 2016 ). In this study, we investigate reasons physical education (PE) professionals use Twitter through data generated from a mixed-method survey. We interrogate findings from the

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Mey A. van Munster, Laureen J. Lieberman and Michelle A. Grenier

Inclusion of students with disabilities (SWDs) in the context of physical education (PE) has been widely discussed internationally and addressed in various studies ( Block & Obrusnikova, 2007 ; Block & Vogler, 1994 ; Qi & Há, 2012 ; Smith & Thomas, 2006 ; Wilhelmsen & Sorensen, 2017 ). It is

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Sami Yli-Piipari, Todd Layne, Janet Hinson and Carol Irwin

’ participation motivation ( Deci & Ryan, 1985 ; Hagger, Chatzisarantis, Culverhouse, & Biddle, 2003 ). Recent studies in physical education (PE) have shown that when teachers implement autonomy supportive teaching practices, it fosters a positive impact on several PE-related outcomes, such as students

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Daniel B. Robinson, Lynn Randall and Joe Barrett

Physical Literacy: Origins and Conceptions The term physical literacy was first introduced into the physical education (PE) literature almost 80 years ago. At that time, the United States’ National Physical Education Service of the National Recreation Association ( 1938 ) introduced an expression