It’s well documented that lifelong participation in physical activity can improve both physical and mental well-being, but far too many of the nation’s children are left lagging on the sidelines or bleachers during what should be a prime opportunity for learning new skills, strengthening young bodies and building self-esteem — physical education class.
Hyatt, Kay, "Children’s Fitness Expert to Lead Institute for Physical Education Teachers" (1999). General University of Maine Publications. 1867.
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