Pedro Antonio Sánchez Miguel

Pedro Antonio Sánchez Miguel
Universidad de Extremadura | UNEX · Faculty of Teaching Education

PhD. Sports Sciences

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El presente estudio tiene como objetivo conocer el valor predictivo de la edad, el acompañamiento, y las barreras físicas y psicosociales en el desplazamiento activo. Participaron un total de 1325 estudiantes procedentes de centros educativos de Educación Primaria y Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad Autónoma de Extremadura (España), con edades c...
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Background and aims: As children and adolescents' eating patterns have changed over the last few years, researchers have found inconsistencies in the current questionnaires. Therefore, this research aims to (i) update the 2019 KIDMED questionnaire; and (ii) test the psychometric properties of this new questionnaire. Method: A study with 419 childr...
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Walkability is determined the presence or absence of factors such as quality sidewalks, pedestrian crossings, traffic, etc. The ability to walk to the school environment may be one of the variables that promotes active commuting levels. The aim of this study was to examine the walkability of school environments using the Delphi method. This study u...
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The present study aimed to analyze the mediating role of different types of motivational regulations in the relationship established between emotional intelligence and physical activity. Participants were 431 secondary school students aged 12 to 16 years, 51.5% females (13.59 ± 1.03 years) and 48.5% males (13.50 ± 0.94 years), who completed a self-...
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The present article aimed to test a predictive model based on children’s perception of autonomy support exercised by their physical education teachers in establishing a state of high motivational quality, which in turn leads to greater intention and physical activity. Participants were 502 elementary school students aged 9 to 11 years (52.59% males...
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Abstract Most studies have shown a decline in the adherence to 24-Hour Movement Guidelines because of Covid-19 lockdown. However, there is little evidence regarding changes 1-year after the pandemic in these guidelines and their possible impact on academic performance. The study aims were: (1) to examine the possible changes in 24-Hour Movement Gui...
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The present study aimed to test whether the daily minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) engaged moderate the relationship between breakfast status and excess weight (i.e., overweight and/or obesity) in a Spanish sample of young people. A cross-sectional study involving a total sample of 2890 Spanish schoolchildren (46% girls) age...
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Background Multiple health-risk behaviours such as physical inactivity, excessive recreational screen time, and insufficient sleep have been independently and positively associated with poor adherence to the Mediterranean diet in adolescents. However, little is known about the combined association between 24-Hour Movement Guidelines (i.e., physical...
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Sedentary behaviour and screen‐based devices in particular have been negatively associated with a wide range of health and educational indicators. However, few have examined these relationships separately for school days and non‐school days, and none have used a person‐centred approach. This study aimed to identify school and non‐school day screen...
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The main objective of this study was to analyze the influence of tactical and situational variables on offensive sequences during elite European handball matches. A sample of 55 games and 5.857 offensive sequences from the European Handball Federation Champions League, the selected teams were classified as the top eight teams in the league, were an...
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The aim of this research is to analyse the experiences of seven homosexual students (four boys and three girls) in Physical Education (PE). Their families are also involved in the study, looking in depth at how their children's experiences have affected their daily lives throughout their adolescence. A qualitative approach is used, exploring the st...
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Purpose Meeting the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines (physical activity, screen time, and sleep duration) has been associated with positive health indicators. However, there are no previous meta-analyses that have examined the overall adherence to the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines from pre-school to adolescence across the world. Therefore, the main purpos...
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Multiple health-risk behaviors such as physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors or unhealthy diet represent a public health problem among adolescents. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a school-based intervention on 24-hour movement behaviors (i.e., physical activity, screen-based behaviors, and sleep), Mediterranean diet, and self...
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El objetivo del presente estudio ha sido identificar diferentes grupos de estudiantes, con perfiles homogéneos, para las distintas dimensiones que componen el autoconcepto físico, y establecer diferencias en relación a la insatisfacción corporal, índice de masa corporal, y actividad física. Un total de 303 adolescentes, masculinos (150) y femeninos...
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El objetivo del presente estudio ha sido identificar diferentes grupos de estudiantes, con perfiles homogéneos, para las distintas dimensiones que componen el autoconcepto físico, y establecer diferencias en relación a la insatisfacción corporal, índice de masa corporal, y actividad física. Un total de 303 adolescentes, masculinos (150) y femeninos...
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La movilidad urbana es un elemento fundamental de los municipios y para poder intervenir sobre ella es necesario conocer los motivos personales para elegir un modo de transporte. La pandemia provocada por la COVID-19 ha supuesto grandes cambios en la vida de las personas. El presente estudio pretende conocer si estos afectan a la forma de desplazar...
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El presente estudio analiza el desplazamiento activo al colegio en escolares de primaria y su posible relación con la intención de ser físicamente activo. Un total de 203 estudiantes (6 a 12 años) contestaron un cuestionario sobre hábitos de desplazamiento semanal al colegio y sobre su intención de ser físicamente activos. Aproximadamente la mitad...
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La movilidad urbana es un elemento fundamental de los municipios y para poder intervenir sobre ella es necesario conocer los motivos personales para elegir un método de transporte. La pandemia provocada por el COVID-19 ha supuesto grandes cambios en la vida de las personas. El presente estudio pretende conocer si estos afectaran a la forma de despl...
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(1) Background: Adolescence is a critical stage in the development of healthy habits. In this regard, physical activity has emerged as a useful tool to improve satisfaction with life and health-related quality of life in adolescents. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to examine the mediating role of physical activity in the relationship b...
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Introduction The objective of this study was to analyze the relationships between perceived barriers to active commuting to school (ACS) with physical activity, subjective happiness and quality of life. Methods A total of 1006 students participated in the study, both males (n = 584) and females (n = 422), aged between 9 and 17 years (M = 12.16, SD...
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Objective This study aims to examine the independent and combined associations of 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for physical activity, screen time, and sleep duration with academic achievement in adolescent males and females. Design Cross-sectional study. Method 1290 Spanish adolescents (565 females), aged 11 to 16 years (13.06 ± 0.84), participate...
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Introduction: There are not many valid instruments to quickly and easily identify body dissatisfaction in adolescents. Most studies have used the Stunkard Rating Scale to assess body image. Nevertheless, this scale has been described as too abrupt and crude for adolescents. Aim Was to validate the body image dimensional assessment (BIDA) questionna...
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A growing number of studies have highlighted the health benefits of high physical activity, low screen time, and optimal sleep duration among school-age children and adolescents. Objective: The present study proposes to examine the individual and combined association between movement behaviors (physical activity, screen time, and sleep time) and qu...
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Adolescence is a critical period for the acquisition of health-related behaviors that will transcend later psychological well-being in adulthood. The present study presents a theoretical model whose objective is to analyze how physical activity predicts an adequate quality of life through self-concept and subjective happiness among adolescents. A t...
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The implementation of pedagogical models (PMs) in the subject of Physical Education (PE) is presented as a pedagogical approach that is based on the educational context as a means to overcome the serious limitations that arise from traditional approaches. The effective implementation of this approach has demonstrated benefits in terms of student mo...
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Body dissatisfaction (BD) is a significant concern among adolescents. We extend previous research by testing whether gender could moderate the relationship between physical activity (PA) and BD according to adolescents’ body mass index (BMI). 2,026 adolescents; 1,127 boys (13.13 ± 0.92) and 899 girls (13.06 ± 0.86), from 22 high schools in Spain, p...
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Multiple health-risk behaviors such as physical inactivity, sedentary behaviors or unhealthy diet represent a public health problem among adolescents. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a school-based intervention on 24-hour movement behaviors (i.e., physical activity, screen-based behaviors, and sleep), Mediterranean diet, and self...
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El presente estudio tiene como objetivo conocer el valor predictivo de la edad, el acompañamiento, y las barreras físicas y psicosociales en el desplazamiento activo. Participaron un total de 1325 estudiantes procedentes de centros educativos de Educación Primaria y Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad Autónoma de Extremadura (España), con edades c...
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El presente estudio tiene como objetivo conocer el valor predictivo de la edad, el acompañamiento, y las barreras físicas y psicosociales en el desplazamiento activo. Participaron un total de 1325 estudiantes procedentes de centros educativos de Educación Primaria y Educación Secundaria de la Comunidad Autónoma de Extremadura (España), con edades c...
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RESUMEN El desplazamiento activo al colegio es una estrategia exitosa para incrementar los niveles de actividad física y potenciar comportamientos para un estilo de vida activo en niños y adolescentes. El ámbito escolar es considerado un entorno idóneo para fomentar la adquisición de hábitos saludables, y por ello, son necesarias intervenciones des...
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El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo evaluar la asociación entre hábitos re-lacionados con la salud y la composición corporal en adolescentes. Participaron 1563 estudiantes procedentes de diferentes institutos de Educación Secundaria de Extremadura, con edades comprendidas entre los 12-16 años (chicos: 13.12 ± .89; chicas: 13.04 ± .82). Las princ...
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El presente estudio tuvo como objetivo examinar la relación entre el tiempo de sueño y el tiempo sedentario de pantalla en adolescentes, además de conocer las diferencias del tiempo sedentario de pantalla entre los grupos que no cumplieron con las recomendaciones del tiempo de sueño. Participaron 1563 estudiantes procedentes de diferentes instituto...
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El deporte es un fenómeno cultural y social que ayuda al desarrollo integralde las personas. El alto poder social y educativo del deporte justifica su inclusióndentro del currículum de Educación Secundaria. Por ello, el presente trabajo desarrollauna unidad didáctica dirigida a alumnos de 2º de ESO para el desarrollo dela táctica y capacidad colabo...
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El objetivo del presente estudio ha sido analizar las relaciones y diferencias producidas entre la actividad física, la autoestima, apariencia e insatisfacción corporal respecto al género. Un total de 303 adolescentes, masculinos (150) y femeninos (152), con edades comprendidas entre los 10-13 años (M = 11.74) pertenecientes a diferentes centros de...
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Background: The 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for adolescents recommend ≥60 min/day of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (PA), ≤ 2 h/day of screen time, and 8-10 h/day of sleep. Since little information is available on the 24-Hour Movement Guidelines in Spanish adolescents, this study aims to estimate the proportion of Spanish adolescents meeti...
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Background Previous studies have identified sedentary behaviour, physical activity and eating habits as variables that define a healthy lifestyle. The aims of this investigation were to determine the association between lifestyle and body dissatisfaction, as well as to test the mediating effect of fatness and fitness in this relationship in adolesc...
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En los últimos años, se ha producido un aumento de las enfermedades no transmisibles en los países desarrollados, entre las que se destacan las enfermedades cardiovasculares, la diabetes tipo II, las enfermedades respiratorias crónicas y el cáncer. Concretamente, las enfermedades no transmisibles son responsables del 71% de las muertes anuales en t...
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Background Adolescence is a critical period for neurodevelopment, it is characterised by the establishment of behavioural patterns that can affect children’s physical, mental and cognitive health, both immediately and later in life. Objective The aim of the present research was to examine the association between adherence to the Mediterranean diet...
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The continuous changes in the different legislative systems have led to the application of different ways of understanding students and generating learning in them. In this sense, an area such as physical education is not alien to the continuous changes in teaching learning and its teaching has been modified from a behavioural approach to more cogn...
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El desplazamiento activo al centro educativo ha disminuido en los últimos años. Los objetivos principales de esta revisión fueron determinar qué intervenciones se están llevando a cabo para promover el desplazamiento activo, conocer la calidad de las investigaciones y analizar qué parámetros psicosociales se han estudiado. La búsqueda bibliográfica...
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Objective. The objective of this research is to analyse the relationship between the perceived body mass index and physical activity in adolescents. Method. A total of 605 adolescent students between 12 and 15 years old participated. The variables for perceived weight, height and physical activity level were assessed using a self-report questionnai...
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Introduction: in Spain, one third of the young population ranging from 7 to 14 years of age are overweight or obese. Health-related behaviors such as a high level of physical activity, low screen time, and good eating habits can prevent overweight and obesity in young people. Objectives: to assess adherence to the Mediterranean diet and quality...
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Active commuting to schools has decreased in the last few years. The main objectives of this review were to determine which interventions are being carried out to promote active commuting, to know the quality of the research, and to analyze which psycosocial parameters can be improved. The bibliographic search was carried out in the databases of Me...
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La actividad física proporciona múltiples beneficios para la salud, a nivel fisiológico y psicológico. Por ello, el presente estudio, tiene por objetivo conocer los niveles de actividad física, IMC, capacidad motora y CRF. Se trata de un estudio correlacional – transversal cuya muestra fue de 1177 estudiantes, con edades comprendidas entre los 10 y...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the motivations for beginner runners to take part in Parkrun Poznań and City Trail Poznań, Poland, taking into account their socio-demographical variables. A total of 165 (age: 36.33 ± 10.38) inexperienced runners participated in the diagnostic survey and completed the MOMS (Motivations of Marathoner Scale)...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the motivations for beginner runners to take part in Parkrun Poznań and City Trail Poznań, Poland, taking into account their socio-demographical variables. A total of 165 (age: 36.33 ± 10.38) inexperienced runners participated in the diagnostic survey and completed the MOMS (Motivations of Marathoner Scale)...
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El presente trabajo tuvo por objetivo conocer la relación entre la motivación intrínseca y motivación extrínseca con las barreras al desplazamiento activo en docentes. Se reclutaron un total de 156 profesoresde25 y 56 años(37.98 ± 12.28).Se utilizó una adaptación del cuestionario BREQ-3 para medir la motivación hacia el desplazamiento activo. Las b...
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La forma de desplazarnos al trabajo o al centro de estudios es un hecho fundamental en las ciudades y para poder intervenir sobre ella es necesario conocer los motivos personales para elegir un método de transporte. La pandemia provocada por la COVID-19 ha supuesto grandes cambios en la vida de las personas y el modo de desplazarse no será ajeno a...
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This study intended to identify motives for participation in long-distance running races, and how they relate to athletes' perceived health status and expected race time. The purposive sample consisted of 1849 athletes between the ages of 18 and 74. The instruments included the Behavioural Regulation in Exercise Questionnaire-3 (BREQ-3), the expect...
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(1) Background: The aim of this study was to test the association between resilience and the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation with the number of injuries in long-distance athletes; (2) Methods: Participants were 773 long-distance athletes, 556 men (age: 44.09 ± 9.35) and 217 women (age: 40.66 ± 9.55). The number of injuries were examined with a r...
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Abstract: (1) Background: The number of athletes taking part in different running events has increased significantly in the last decade. The aim of this study was to test significant differences between BMI and the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation depending on the sex; (2) Methods: The sample was formed by 749 long-distance athletes, 540 men (age...
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Introducción: El desplazamiento activo es una oportunidad para aumentar los niveles de actividad física, es por ello que es necesario encontrar nuevos tiempos y desplazamientos habituales en los que sea interesante intervenir para aumentar los niveles de desplazamiento activo y en consecuencia de actividad física diaria. Las actividades extraescola...
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El objetivo de esta investigación fue construir y validar la escala de gestión de aprendizaje cooperativo en una muestra de maestros y profesores de enseñanza secundaria en España. La muestra estuvo formada por 376 maestros y profesores, pertenecientes a enseñanza infantil (n=136), primaria (n=159) y secundaria (n=71), tanto de género masculino (n=...
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Prevalence of overweight and obesity is an important health problem worldwide. It was shown that physical activity and sedentary behaviour are associated with prevalence of overweight and obesity in youth individuals. However, few children and adolescents meet the World Health Organization recommendations about physical activity levels. The need to...
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El propósito del presente trabajo fue conocer la efectividad de los programas de intervención destinados a disminuir el sobrepeso y la obesidad en los jóvenes. Se seleccionaron 266 publicaciones obtenidas mediante la búsqueda en bases de datos: Pubmed (n = 83), Science Direct (n = 2091), Scopus (n = 100) y Web of Science (n = 107). Tras la lectura...
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Active commuting to and from school (ACS) has been recognized as a potential tool to improve physical fitness. Thus, this study aims to test the relationships between the average slope in the ACS and physical fitness, as well as to verify the mediator role of fatness in the relationship between average slope and physical fitness. A total of 257 par...
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A teacher-focused intervention that supports the needs for autonomy, competence and relatedness was designed and implemented, to help experienced teachers develop a motivational style during dance teaching sessions at school. Four schools in Mexico, with 12 physical education teachers and 921 pupils, participated in the research. A program was deve...
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Running participation has increased significantly in the last decade. Despite its association with different health-related aspects, athletes may experience adverse outcomes, including injuries. The aim of this study was twofold: to examine the relationship between runners’ resilience levels, motivation and incidence of injury, on the one hand; and...
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The aim was to analyze the extent to which anthropometric values, in line with body image and physical ability, predict physical self-concept, and the latter, in turn, predicts the practice and intention to pursue physical activity. A total of 302 participants, 150 males and 152 females were recruited from different primary schools in Extremadura (...
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Physical fitness (PF) is considered an excellent biomarker of health. One possible strategy to improve PF levels is active commuting. This review, performed accordingly to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews guidelines includes scientific articles published in peer-reviewed journals up to December 2019 that aim at examining the rel...
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Este estudio ha analizado los hábitos de desplazamiento activo al centro educativo de estudiantes de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria de la Ciudad de Cáceres y las barreras percibidas por éstos para no llevar a cabo desplazamientos activos. La muestra fue tomada en tres centros educativos de Cáceres. Los participantes fueron estudiantes de Educació...
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RESUMEN El propósito de esta investigación fue analizar las relaciones entre la motivación, actividad física y la inteligencia emocional, y determinar en qué medida incide la actividad física en la inteligencia emocional. Participaron un total de 431 sujetos (12-16 años) de distintos centros educativos. Se valoraron los niveles de autodeterminación...
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Resumen. El presente estudio ha sido contextualizado desde la problemática que supone los bajos niveles de actividad física durante la adolescencia, teniendo en cuenta el papel que desempeñan los padres, como modelo conductual, para el fomento de la actividad física de los hijos. Por consiguiente, el objetivo de este estudio fue analizar en qué med...
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Background: The aim of this systematic review was to examinemotivational interventions based on physical activity as precursor of psychosocial benefits inside of the scholar context. Method: studies were identified in seven databases (Web of Science, Sport Discuss, Scopus, Eric, Pubmed, Psycinfo and Google Scholar). The search process was from June...
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Introducción: Se define el riesgo cardiovascular como la probabilidad que tiene un individuo de sufrir una enfermedad cardiovascular, dentro de un determinado plazo de tiempo. Las muertes por las enfermedades cardiovasculares siguen siendo una de las mayores preocupaciones en los países industrializados y en vías de desarrollo. Los niveles de riesg...
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Previous researchers have found that low body satisfaction may be a barrier to engaging in physical activity. Therefore, this research examines the association between self-concept, body dissatisfaction, fitness, and weight status in adolescents. The sample was formed by 303 students from primary schools, (males (n = 150) and female (n = 153)) aged...
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The last 20 years has seen an exponential increase in the use of novel technologies in sports science. This chapter aims to assess how these technologies are applied by researches and practitioners in their respective fields. This chapter also provides examples of how science and applied practice is linked and how technology has facilitated this pr...
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The current study aimed to evaluate the determinant factors of athletesínternal positive self-talk that might lead to decreased anxiety and increased performance. The sample consisted of 191 male and female athletes ranging in age from 14 to 35 years old. They played soccer, volleyball and basketball and they were cadets (43%), juniors (29.6 %) and...
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Resumen. El presente estudio ha sido contextualizado desde la problemática que supone los bajos niveles de actividad física durante la adolescencia, teniendo en cuenta el papel que desempeñan los padres, como modelo conductual, para el fomento de la actividad física de los hijos. Por consiguiente, el objetivo de este estudio fue analizar en qué med...
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El objetivo de la presente investigación ha sido analizar relaciones y establecer diferencias en el IMC y la actividad física de los participantes en función de quién realice el ánimo y práctica de la actividad física en el entorno familiar. Un total de 2217 adolescentes participaron, masculinos (n = 1236) y femeninos (n = 980), de diferentes centr...
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Framed within Self-Determination Theory, the objective of this study was to analyze the relationship between satisfaction and frustration of basic psychological needs, levels of motivation, physical activity, and satisfaction with life. Methods: A total of 487 students participated, comprising males (n = 262) and females (n = 225), aged between 1...