• September 7, 2021

The funniest physical education jokes of 2017

Physical education humor is a field that’s become a huge topic in 2017 thanks to the rise of the selfie, which is now a huge thing in the physical education world.Many people are trying to capitalize on this, and with the advent of the iPhone and the internet, a lot of people are able to…

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How the shape of college students influences their careers

COLLEGE ISLAND, Fla.— A new study finds that college students with a body shape that is similar to their college weight gain are more likely to leave the profession than students with an athletic body shape.The research was published Monday in the journal Obesity.“College students with normal body shape are more than twice as likely…

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What you need to know about the adapted physical education major

Physical education can be challenging and challenging at the same time.The coursework is intensive, so you’ll need to adapt to the new challenges you’ll face and how you want to get through it.If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve created a guide that covers all the major areas.If your physical education is a little…

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How Trump used the 2016 NCAA Tournament to undermine academic integrity

With his election, Donald Trump used a rigged NCAA Tournament as an opportunity to undermine college sports’ academic integrity and diminish the credibility of the nation’s academic institutions.In a series of tweets and comments, the president falsely claimed that he used the tournament as an excuse to “sue universities that didn’t like” his candidacy.Trump then…

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‘We have to find a way’: UCF students call for more diversity in physical education

UCF is asking students to join the #IUPIPhysicalEd controversy, after it emerged students at the school were denied access to an online curriculum.Students at the university have been calling for more female instructors and more diversity on campus.They say the university needs to diversify its physical education program and hire more female physical educators.In the…

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