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Female High School Soccer Players
A study on the benefits of aerobic and anaerobic training on the performance of female high school soccer players.
# 61056 | 8,893 words | 21 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Sep 18, 2005 in Education (Physical) , Nutrition (Exercise) , Sport (General)

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The purpose of this study is to look at aerobic and anaerobic conditioning and exercise. Female soccer players are used for this study and the results of how well they do on specific tests are measured. The study also examines whether those that perform better on these tests are also better soccer players and concludes whether this type of training and exercise has an effect on the performance of female high school soccer players.

Background of the Study
Who am I as a Teacher?
How did I get to be that Way?
How did I get Here?
Personal Motivation
Teacher Action Research
The Study
Purpose of the Study
The Research Question
What are the Issues and Concerns?
Review of the Literature
Initial Testing
Test #1 - 1 Mile Run
Test #2 the Coopers Test
Test #3 40-yard Sprint
Test #4 300-yard Shuttle
Test #5 200-yard Dash
Test #6 400-yard Test

From the Paper:

"Marple Newtown School District is a suburban Philadelphia school district in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, in a community of approximately 35,000 people, most of who are involved in business and the professions. There are approximately 3,500 students enrolled in grade K through 12. Accelerated and advanced placement courses are offered in all academic areas. The academic curriculum of the district reflects the strength of traditional programs while meeting the changing needs of a technological society."

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