Relations of physical self-concept and self-efficacy with frequency of voluntary physical activity in preadolescents: implications for after-school care programming.

@article{Annesi2006RelationsOP,
  title={Relations of physical self-concept and self-efficacy with frequency of voluntary physical activity in preadolescents: implications for after-school care programming.},
  author={James J Annesi},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={2006},
  volume={61 4},
  pages={515-20}
}
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to test relations of physical self-concept and self-efficacy with voluntary physical activity in preadolescents enrolled in an after-school physical activity program. METHODS Participants in the 2003 (n=41) and 2005 (n=84) versions of the Youth Fit For Life protocol and the control group (n=40) completed the Physical Self-Concept scale, the Exercise Barriers Self-Efficacy Scale for Children, and a recall of physical activity frequency at Weeks 1 and 12. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING

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