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Issue: October 2005
Sport Philosophy: Implications for Increasing the Activity Level of Postsecondary Adults
Current studies show that the typical college student does not engage in moderate-to-vigorous exercise three days a week. This suggests that physical activity should be holistically defined at every stage in life, not just during K-12 physical education programs. This article suggests that young adults must be better educated on the intrinsic and extrinsic values of physical activity, in order to ensure that they remain active after graduation.
Article category: Physical Activity in Young Adults