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 APE  Vol.4 No.1 , February 2014
Research on the Physical Attributes Evaluation Criterion of College Students
Abstract: Purpose: to improve the college students’ enthusiasm to participate in physical training and thus enhance students’ physical fitness; to provide the reference for the education administrative departments’ decisions and further improving the college physical teaching in our city. Methods: the paper did analysis with the sample of 19 - 22 years old college students’ health monitoring data in 2009 in Chongqing, applying the method of percentiles to establish the physical attributes evaluation criterion of college students in Chongqing. Results: develop the score sheets of single physical attributes’ index evaluation, comprehensive evaluation and physical attributes evaluation form for the Han college students in Chongqing. Conclusion: the physical attributes score sheets, evaluation form are applicable to the college students in Chongqing, and they can be popularized to other universities in Chongqing.
Cite this paper: Shen, Y. & Chang, J. (2014). Research on the Physical Attributes Evaluation Criterion of College Students. Advances in Physical Education, 4, 6-9. doi: 10.4236/ape.2014.41002.
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