While the physical activity patterns of K-12 students in the United States are highly investigated via national surveillance projects, it is unclear what percentage of American college students are meeting the most current physical activity and/or exercise recommendations set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and/or the American College of Sports Medicine. As a result, the purpose of this undergraduate honors thesis was to conduct a review of literature to investigate physical activity and/or exercise patterns of American college students. Secondly, this review aimed to identify factors and correlates which are associated with meeting, or not meeting, physical activity and/or exercise recommendations. In addition to presenting the findings of the review, this presentation will provide evidence-based recommendations for increasing physical activity levels among college students.
|Presenter:||Eugene Smith (Undergraduate Student)|
|Topic:||Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education|
|Time:||11:05 am (Session II)|
Writing @ The Graduate Level
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