Deforche, De Bourdeaudhuij, & Tanghe. (2006). Attitude toward physical activity in normal-weight, overweight and obese adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health,38(5), 560-568. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2005.01.015
This article researched the attitudes and predictors of overweight and obese adolescents with greater levels of a sedentary lifestyle, as opposed to normal-weight counterparts. It also looked at the importance of influencing and encouraging positive youth participation in physical activity. This will fit into my project because it evaluates the perception of motivation and how attitude can truly affect the potential positive or negative outcomes of your experience. I think that this article would fall under the category of the interaction of exercise management within my sub-discipline because it provides sufficient evidence about moderate intensity activity and its important role in decreasing the amount of leisure time by increasing the frequency of sports index among obese youngsters. This will make my argument stronger because it is promoting physical activity as a motivation for youngsters to use in order to keep the weight off. It also provides perceived benefits and barriers and how with participation in physical activity a motivational factor is called into play. This article does not address the FITT prescription with great detail but suggests forty to sixty minutes of moderate intensity activity per day. This article main focus is the motivation of exercise and decreasing weight-related barriers. A question that arose was that; what were the types of perceived controls of activity that each adolescent engaged in that finally got them to part take in physical activity? An important aspect that would assist in exercise prescription would be a specific type of exercise program designed for this age group.
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Mokhtari, S., Grace, B., Pak, Y., Reina, A., Durand, Q., & Yee, J. (2017). Motivation and perceived competence for healthy eating and exercise among overweight/obese adolescents in comparison to normal weight adolescents. BMC Obesity, 4(1), BMC Obesity, Nov 17, 2017, Vol.4(1). doi: 10.1186/s40608-017-0172-2
This article focused on the various types of autonomous factors that relate to exercise and healthy eating for obese and overweight adolescents. This study also researched perceived competence levels among obese adolescents that contribute to self-efficacy problems and behavior change. There was information gathered pertaining to socioeconomic factors in order to assess lifestyle potential barrier. This article will fit into my research project because the socioeconomic and demographic variables are unique factors that allow for a different approach in perspective of lifestyle behaviors and healthy eating. This article would fall best under the introduction or exercise management within sub-discipline section because it provides sufficient evidence on how healthy eating and exercise has effects on obese adolescents. This information will help shape my argument I am able to assess the motivational and behavioral factors that will be beneficial for overweight, obese and normal weight adolescent children from the data provided. The main focus of this article is on motivation of healthy eating and exercise which has not caused my knowledge of this application to change. This article does not focus on the direct. This article does not address an exact FITT example because it focuses on the motivation and perceived competence in relation to the socioeconomic factors and performance associated with age, gender, and race. One thing that I would like to see in this research is what type of healthy food choices that adolescents were offered to start a healthy diet, and if certain types of food impacted their motivation more than others. An important aspect that would help with exercise prescription with this research would be the frequency of how often and when these children would be eating their healthy foods, as it will have great impacts on their dietary outcome and goals.
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