AAHPER

AcronymDefinition
AAHPERAmerican Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
AAHPERAmerican Alliance for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (Reston, VA)
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Busch GJ, 2003, A Normative Study of AAHPER Youth Fitness Test in Grades Seven Through Ten in the State of South Dakota, Completed Research in Health, Physical Education and Recreation, XII (2007)
As I read through the litany of places Rachel Bryant was educated, taught, and dedicated her service before coming to the American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (AAHPER) as a Consultant for the National Section on Women's Athletics, now NAGWS, I was totally exhausted.
The eight domains outlined in March, 1994 paralleled the content areas of previous studies or coaching competencies and criteria, The 1967 AAHPER recommendations called for the completion of 16 hours of college credit in courses covering:
Para a agilidade utilizou-se o teste Shuttle Run e a classificacao baseou-se na tabela do Manual de testes de aptidao elaborado pela American Alliance For Health Physical Education Recreation (AAHPER, 1976).
Na investigacao do teste aerobio utilizaram-se dados adaptados por AAHPER (1980).
Por motivos ja anteriormente explicados, o sistema escolhido para a medicao da resistencia aerobia dos judocas objeto deste estudo foi o teste de 9 minutos adaptado de AAHPER (1980).
The AAHPER group acted quickly to survey the fitness of American children and to use the test results to construct national norms.