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In addition to this, a positive relationship was found between leisure constraint negotiation strategies (r = .15; p < .01) and leisure facilitators (r= .13; p < .01), and recreational sport activities participation (See Fig.
As my son outgrew that league, we searched for recreational sports for special kids.
21 edition of the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, findings show using a hands-on sailing simulator over a 12-week period helped participants safely learn sailing skills in a controlled environment, which improved their quality of life by gaining the ability to participate in a recreational sport.
The line comprises a dozen new targets for recreational sport shooter who--although they might not be classified as a serious gun enthusiast --is still looking to increase their shoot time with their .22 rimfire pistols and rifles.
The line comprises a dozen new targets for the recreational sport shooter who--although they might not be classified as a serious a gun enthusiast--is still looking to increase their shoot time with their .22 rimfire pistols and rifles.
My aim in this study was to describe the benefits of recreational sport participation and present data that would encourage individuals to incorporate sport into their daily lives.
Recreational sport participation as a moderator of college stress.
It may be no surprise that football ranks as the third-most dangerous recreational sport in the country, considering the sport's massive focus on concussion injuries in recent years.
In this study we proceeded from the premise that recreational sport is a form of beneficial use of free time which brings benefits in all areas of personality development.
The department is planning to promote the recreational sport of tandem paragliding in Ghana, as hang and paragliding has become one of the latest additions to Ghana's recreational sport tourism attractions.
These results indicate, in agreement with recent reports (Bangsbo et al., 2010; Edgett et al., 2012), that participation in recreational sport should be expected to elicit both cardiovascular and metabolic adaptations associated with high relative intensities of exercise (Tjonna et al., 2008).

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