Physical performance of young adult females from different racial groups in Singapore

@inproceedings{Neo1991PhysicalPO,
  title={Physical performance of young adult females from different racial groups in Singapore},
  author={Evelyn T.G. Neo},
  year={1991}
}
The purpose of the study was to test the hypothesis that physical performance differs in females from distinct racial groups in Singapore and to examine possible reasons for any differences. Performances of pre-university and junior college (institutions) females in the National Aerobics Physical Fitness Award (NAPFA) test battery were analysed. The test items comprised of sit-ups, sit and reach, standing broad jump, inclined flexed-arm hang, shuttle run and the 2.4 km run. The sample consisted… CONTINUE READING

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