Are All Non Athletic Students?

950 WordsDec 3, 20154 Pages
Most non-athletic students, wonder how athletes do it, partake in sports and maintain good grades. Also, most Athletes dream of being a regular student, just working out to maintain a good health or not being demanded to at all. But looking at things from the regular students perspective, you can tell that working out when they’re in school is a task. Mainly because, they have so much going on, academically that working out seems to be a burden both mentally and physically. Although it is hard to get involve with physical activities, studies has shown, that once you become fully active in it and socialize among a group of people who are hold the same values and want to live a healthier lifestyle, you are more likely to continue it throughout college and your long term career. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of college students are currently active in regular exercise according to Jeon, Kim, and Heo. Jeon, Kim, and Heo did a survey among 1,000 students who were in their senior year at four universities located in G City, using sampling methods. In their quest to find out the rate of students who are less or more likely to exercise, they found that the closer the students are to being active, the more likely they are to continue in order to be considered fully active. Those who were self-efficient made the biggest jump from the stage of preparation to the stage of action. Those with low self-efficiency worked better with one-on-one trainers, while those with high
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