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    • 10 hands on learning experiences of the media students and provide the college-like experience for the student athletes. The project will show how visual media positively influences the athletic experience in a high school setting. The results of...
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    • 11 Literature Review The key purpose in the review of the current and past literature is to identify specific reasons as to why high school students would benefit from an integrated video and print media program. media systems dependency theory...
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    • 11 Our elderly customers enjoy the water aerobics classes in the morning as well as our sunset yoga while younger participants enjoy evening Zumba classes and outdoor hikes. In addition to the scheduled fitness classes, I lead hikes to Stewart...
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    • ! 19! is valued as an opportunity to claim supremacy, if it is a salve for an insecure ego, then the desire to win will likely lead to ethical lapses” (Shields and Bredemeir, 2010). David Shields shared these concepts of re-claiming the true...
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    • 20 Method The literature review led to the following project objectives: Administrate a visual/broadcast media plan for American Leadership Academy, and provide a framework and administrative support within the media classes at ALA that could...
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    • ! 21! what we undertake and (3) feel autonomous in our actions. The researchers specify that autonomy doesn’t necessarily mean independence, an athlete can allow a coach to make decisions for them but the athlete chooses to follow those choices....
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    • 23 existing classes at the school was a mutually beneficial situation. Students received ongoing practice opportunities and practical real-life experience from the projects. In return, the sports programs at ALA received college-like athletic...
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    • 23 recreation in the way of dancing, concerts, theatres and other social pastimes under the supervision of the teachers. Each class has an opportunity every year to give a dancing party for the purpose of raising funds for the class treasury....
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    • 24 information about each sport at the school, but for elements such as, accurate rosters, I needed to wait until each team held tryouts. For this reason, I began putting in many of the elements form the previous seasons, and soon found that the...
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    • 25 calendars. These photos would identify the top athletes and convey the competitive college-like image we were looking to represent on the posters, banners, and calendars. Setting up one of these photo shoots required arranging a time that the...
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    • 26 displayed on the website. Over time, the design students became more proficient at designing the athletic posters and it became very difficult for me to judge which arrangements looked best. This was a positive development, however, the graphics...
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    • 27 in some of the small towns they travel to - but we were able to provide live video streaming for most of the football games. After the games, the coaches and athletes could view the video online in several places where we posted game film. Mr....
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    • 6 collegiate sports and enjoys working with younger athletes as they develop their skills. She has watched young female students struggle with self-esteem for many years. She has also seen them develop self-esteem through participation in sports...
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    • 8 is a little more like a business than that of a traditional public school. Attending ALA is a choice for parents and students. Unlike a traditional public high school where students are filtered into the school based on their geographical...
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    • 9 become more manageable. My original goal shifted and molded into the structure of the school allowing us to incorporate some great communication tools into the curriculum and the classroom setting. That took the simple goal to a more impactful...
    • Relationship between core stability and agility

    • Exercise; Muscles; Muscle strength; Physical fitness; Motor ability; Stability; Athletes; Training
    • A thesis submitted to Southern Utah University in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Masters of Science in Sprots Conditioning & Performance.

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