i want a reflection of five pages and total 7 pages and the 7th page should have all the references of APAstyle 7 edition and first page should be titlle page and references should be from only th

i  want a reflection of five pages and  total 7  pages and the 7th  page should have all the references of APAstyle 7 edition and first page should be titlle page

and references should be from only these sources and be apa 7 edition 

follow Gibbs reflectiivee cycle

 you will include at least 3 references from Units 6-8 and at least 2 additional references that are not included in the course. One of the additional references MUST be an academic article but the other(s) may be from any other resource.

unit 6

ecommendations of Physical Activity + Physical Activity Guidelines

  • Current Canadian Guidelines: visit the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) website and familiarize yourself with the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines. This 2020 guideline is divided by age groups
    • Available at: https://csepguidelines.ca/.
  • Warburton, D.E.R., Nicol, C.W., & Bredin, S.S.D. (2006). Health benefits of physical activity: the evidence. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 174(6), 801-809. (yes-this is a second look at this article but please concentrate on answering the question “How much physical activity is enough?” using pages 805 & 806)
    • Available at: University of Manitoba library electronic collection
  • Current American Guidelines: Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2nd edition, US Department of Health and Human Services (2018)
    • Available at: https://health.gov/sites/default/files/2019-09/Physical_Activity_Guidelines_2nd_edition.pdf

The evolution of Physical Activity Guidelines

Watch the Guidelines for Physical Activity and Health: Evolution Over 50 Years, presented by William Haskell, PhD (ACSM past president) at the 2019 American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual Meeting.

Available at: https://www.acsm.org/education-resources/trending-topics-resources/physical-activity-guidelines (scroll down the page to access the video)

unit 7

The use of Theory/Models to understand and promote Physical Activity

  • Fitzgerald, N. & Spaccarotella, K. (2009). Barriers to a healthy lifestyle: From individuals to public policy – An Ecological Perspective. Journal of Extension, 47(1), 1-8.
    • Available at: https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol47/iss1/2/. Note that although this is also available at the University of Manitoba Library, the link is currently showing a different article.
  • Lox, C.L., Martin, K.A., & Petruzello, S.J. (2010). Theories and Models of Exercise Behavior I. Social Cognitive Approaches. In: The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway, Publishers. p. 50 -56.

Available in readings pack

  • Mack, D.E., Sabiston, C.M., McDonough, M.H., Wilson, P. & Paskevich, D.M. (2011). Motivation and Behavioural Change. In: R.E. Crocker (Ed.) Sport and Exercise Psychology: A Canadian Perspective. Toronto, ON: Pearson Canada. p 83-88.

Available in readings pack

  • Plotnikoff, R.C., Lubans, D.R., Costigan, S.A., Spence, J.C., Downs, S., & McCargar, L. (2011). A test of the theory of planned behaviour to explain physical activity in a large population sample of adolescents from Alberta, Canada. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49(5), 547-549.

Available at University of Manitoba Library electronic collection

  • Dallow, C.B. & Anderson, J. (2003). Using self-efficacy and transtheoretical model to develop a physical activity intervention for obese women. American Journal of Health Promotion, 17(6), 373-381.

Available at University of Manitoba Library electronic collection

  • Lavallée, L. & Lévesque, L. (2013). Two-eyed seeing: physical activity, sport, and recreation promotion in indigenous communities. In: J Forsyth & A.R.Giles (Ed.) Aboriginal Peoples & Sport in Canada: historical foundations and contemporary issues. Toronto, ON: UBC Press, chapter 9, p. 206-224.

Available at University of Manitoba Library electronic collection. Search tip: search for the book title.

unit 8

terventions to Promote-increase Physical Activity

Individual and Social Approaches

  • Lox, C.L., Martin, K.A., & Petruzello, S.J. (2010). Physical Activity Interventions. In: The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice. Scottsdale, AZ: Holcomb Hathaway, Publishers.
    • Available in readings pack

Group and Macro Levels 

  • Workplace physical activity. The Research File. Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Institute. Issue 5, 05/2009.
    • Available at: https://cflri.ca/sites/default/files/node/496/files/Research_file_09_05.pdf
  • Student participation in after school programs. Canadian Fitness & Lifestyle Research Institute. Bulletin 7.
    • Available at: https://cflri.ca/sites/default/files/node/1487/files/2015%20Schools%20Bulletin%207%20Student%20participation%20in%20after%20school%20programs%20EN.pdf
  • Levine, J. A. & Miller, J.M. (2007). The energy expenditure of using a “walk-and-work” desk for office workers with obesity. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 41, 558-561.
    • Available at University of Manitoba Library electronic collection
  • Don’t let this be the most physical activity our kids get after school. Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. (2014).
    • Available at: AHKC_2014_ReportCard_Short_ENG.pdf Download the short form report card.
  • Levine, J. A. & Miller, J.M. (2007). The energy expenditure of using a “walk-and-work” desk for office workers with obesity. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 41, 558-561.
    • Available at: AHKC_2014_ReportCard_Short_ENG.pdf Download the short form report card.
  • World Health Organization. (2006). Promoting physical activity and active living in urban environments. The role of local governments. p. 20-32.
    • Available at:  http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/98424/E89498.pdf
  • Non-Communicable Disease Prevention: Investments that Work for Physical Activity. The Toronto Charter for Physical Activity: A Global Call to Action. (2011)
    • Available at: Investments that work for Physical Activity.pdf
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