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Obesiteit se verband met motoriese en fisieke ontwikkeling en die effek van 'n multidissiplinêre fisieke aktiwiteitsintervensie daarop by 10– tot 12–jarige kinders
(North-West University, 2011)
The increasing prevalence of childhood obesity worldwide is viewed as a global epidemic (World Health Organization, 2010). It is associated with a variety of health problems as well as physical– (cardio–respiratory endurance, ...
The role of attitude and barriers on the implementation of a nutrition intervention in primary school children
(North-West University, 2012)
Background: South Africa is a multicultural, multi-ethnic developing country currently experiencing a unique quadruple burden of disease, of which malnutrition (both over- and under nutrition) is one of them. The increase ...
The effect of an enhanced quality physical education programme on physical activity and fitness among grade 7-learners in Potchefstroom
The low physical activity (PA) levels of children have become a national public health concern in South Africa. Moreover, the quality of Physical Education (PE) in South African schools has been compromised by challenges ...