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- 43Alberta Centre for Active Living
- 5Berry, T. R.
- 4Berry, Tanya R.
- 4Spence, John C.
- 2Bell, R.
- 2Chan, C.
- 50Alberta Centre for Active Living
- 28Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of
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Introduction: High school swimming in Alberta is characterized by an emphasis on participation and inclusion regardless of ability level or competitive aspirations. For many students, this is their first meaningful exposure to the sport. The purpose of this study was to explore the potential of...
The purpose of this thesis was to explore the perspectives of sport parents to understand factors, in particular messages that impact parents and their decisions within the context of children’s sport and free play. Guided by interpretive description (ID), data were collected through interviews...
Modifiable cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors, such as adiposity, are already associated with atherosclerotic progression in childhood. Less is known about whether physical activity (PA) is associated with progression of atherosclerosis in non-clinical samples of children. This...