Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: children/adolescents
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Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: children/adolescents

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    Intrinsic/extrinsic influences on fitness attitudes: children/adolescents Children/Adolescents most positive attitude more time fewer negative influences more structured opportunities (PE) Adolescents - frequency and level of activity lack of time social demands greater peer influence increased demands of school work and part time employment less structured opportunities (less PE)

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    Define the intrinsic and extrinsic fitness attitude of children?

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