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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 effect of physical activity on the body composition and health related fitness of 9 to 13 year old boys
(North-West University, 2008)
Physical activity plays a vital role in all children's lives. Physical activity prevents various life threatening diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, obesity, hypertension, cancer and many more. Physical activity ...
Die verband tussen leptien, liggaamsamestelling en fisieke fiksheid in swart adolessente : die PLAY-studie
(North-West University, 2006)
Leptin is a protein hormone primarily secreted by the subcutaneous adipose tissue and is responsible for regulating the energy balance. Individuals with more adipose tissue have much higher leptin levels and often suffer ...
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 ...