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Guided by self-­efficacy theory, this study assessed the impact of optimal versus minimal physical fitness on student academic achievement. Independent variables were optimal and minimal physical fitness based upon completing 6 or 5 FITNESSGRAM components, respectively. Optimally fit students scored significantly higher (p < 0.05) in math and ELA tests.

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2015

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National Harbor, MD

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Research Symposium

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Education | Health and Physical Education

Relationships Between Specific Health-­Related Fitness Components and Standardized Academic Achievement Tests

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