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Carlos Marta, Ana R. Alves, Pedro T. Esteves, Natalina Casanova, Daniel Marinho, Henrique P. Neiva, Roberto Aguado-Jimenez, Alicia M. Alonso-Martínez, Mikel Izquierdo and Mário C. Marques

. Strength training effects in prepubescent boys . Med Sci Sports Exerc . 1990 ; 22 : 605 – 14 . PubMed ID: 2233199 doi:10.1249/00005768-199010000-00011 10.1249/00005768-199010000-00011 2233199 31. Rashad KI , Phillips MA , Revels M , Ujamaa D . Contribution of the school environment to

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Danilo Bondi, Sergio Di Sano, Vittore Verratti, Giampiero Neri, Tiziana Aureli and Tiziana Pietrangelo

assessed the reproducibility taking testing twice (the initial and after 1 week) under the same conditions (examiner, teacher, hour, school environment, and furniture setting). Results for repeatability and reproducibility are shown in Table  1 . Table 1 Test–Retest Repeatability and Reproducibility of

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Robert McCunn, Hugh H.K. Fullagar, Sean Williams, Travis J. Halseth, John A. Sampson and Andrew Murray

less experienced players would be at greater risk of injury. As aforementioned, new players entering a collegiate football program are confronted with arduous physical training regimens that represent a step up from the high school environments from which they are recruited each year. Therefore it is

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André O. Werneck, Adewale L. Oyeyemi, Rômulo A. Fernandes, Marcelo Romanzini, Enio R.V. Ronque, Edilson S. Cyrino, Luís B. Sardinha and Danilo R. Silva

social survey (2014) special module on the social determinants of health . Eur J Public Health . 2017 ; 27 : 63 – 72 . PubMed doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckw220 28355636 10.1093/eurpub/ckw220 24. de Rezende LFM , Azeredo CM , Silva KS , et al . The role of school environment in physical activity among

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Melanie Vetter, Helen O’Connor, Nicholas O’Dwyer and Rhonda Orr

facilitated the ease and efficiency of conducting the program. The strengths of this study included implementation within a primary school environment, demonstrating the “real-world” feasibility of the intervention. Despite challenges of accommodating the study within school timetables, ≥80% of the target

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Darla M. Castelli and Ang Chen

with others to provide opportunities for physical activity in schools whenever and wherever appropriate. In this context, knowledge is the foundation of this approach, as teachers must identify and select the most appropriate content and deliver the information to students situated in the school

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Carolina Menezes Fiorelli, Emmanuel Gomes Ciolac, Lucas Simieli, Fabiana Araújo Silva, Bianca Fernandes, Gustavo Christofoletti and Fabio Augusto Barbieri

(adaptation to training period) 15 , 16 and acute studies (response to a single exercise session). 16 – 19 Acute effects of aerobic exercise are worthy of consideration and may be easier to implement in a variety of settings, such as workplace or school environments. Previous work has also demonstrated

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Ali Brian, An De Meester, Aija Klavina, J. Megan Irwin, Sally Taunton, Adam Pennell and Lauren J. Lieberman

least restrictive within a public school environment without any supports representing the bottom rung and hospitalization representing the top rung (most restrictive). According to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act, children with disabilities need to be educated within their

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Thomas L. McKenzie

.1177/1090198103253535 McKenzie , T.L. , Marshall , S.J. , Sallis , J.F. , & Conway , T.L. ( 2000 ). Leisure time physical activity in school environments: An observational study using SOPLAY . Preventive Medicine, 30 , 70 – 77 . PubMed ID: 10642462 doi:10.1006/pmed.1999.0591 10.1006/pmed.1999.0591 McKenzie , T

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Silvia A. González, Joel D. Barnes, Patrick Abi Nader, Dolores Susana Andrade Tenesaca, Javier Brazo-Sayavera, Karla I. Galaviz, Marianella Herrera-Cuenca, Piyawat Katewongsa, Juan López-Taylor, Yang Liu, Bilyana Mileva, Angélica María Ochoa Avilés, Diego Augusto Santos Silva, Pairoj Saonuam and Mark S. Tremblay

influence indicators, the school environment obtained the highest average grade “C-”, ranging from “D” in Lebanon and Colombia to “B” in Thailand. The low grades in Lebanon and Colombia are based on the report of physical education participation. 30 , 32 In Colombia, 81.4% of children and adolescents