by Philip Forsythe
Possible relationships between constituent behaviors underlying academic and psychosocial outcomes against fitness and behavioral outcomes were assessed. Findings suggest possible positive associations between VPA and MET-minutes in students whose exercise is regularly scheduled and does not interfere with their schoolwork. Students who saw positive benefits to exercise and were more likely to try new activities saw greater associations in VPA. Further research is required to identify the influence of underlying constituent behaviors to physical activity.
Kinesiology: Movement Science
Health and Life Sciences
Heritage Hall, HUB-Robeson Center