Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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(Emerald, 2020)Purpose – Poor eating habits established during adolescence are likely to lead to negative long-term health consequences. The childhood obesity epidemic is a growing public health concern, largely attributed to obesogenic ...
From secondary school to university: associations between sport participation and total and domain-specific sedentary behaviours in Spanish students (Taylor and Francis, 2020-05-06)Effective ways to reduce sedentary behaviour in adolescents are needed to mitigate the risk of chronic disease and poor mental health. Organised sport participation is the most practiced physical activity during adolescence. ...
(Taylor and Francis, 2020)Transition has long been acknowledged to have an impact upon the academic, social and emotional development of learners, which can be long lasting in effect. Using an interpretive methodology, the voices of the three key ...
(Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2019)Since the business climate of stock exchanges is facing many challenges due to many turbulent changes, traditional stock exchanges are no longer able to keep up with these changes as they lack the required ...
The importance of duration and magnitude of force application to sprint performance during the initial acceleration, transition and maximal velocity phases (Taylor and Francis, 2020-07-06)Successful sprinting depends on covering a specific distance in the shortest time possible. Although external forces are key to sprinting, less consideration is given to the duration of force application, which influences ...
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