Children's Heart Rates During British Physical Education Lessons

Stratton, Gareth
April 1997
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Apr1997, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p357
Academic Journal
Assesses the physical activity levels of schoolchildren during physical education (PE) lessons. Use of a heart rate telemetry to determine activity levels; Goals of PE curricula; Differences in moderate to vigorous physical activity achieved between age groups and lesson activities.


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