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Aerobic capacity of Kenyan Rugby Union player
(Tshwane University of Technology, 2008)
The capacity to replenish the energy required for endurance activities is one of the important factors that determine an individual's ability to exercise for a long time without fatigue. For an individual to attain the ...
Physiological issues in female athleticism and their implications to participations in physical activities and sports
(Kenyatta University, 2004)
Female athleticism is steadly catching lip despite its relatively late advent. On the one hand, the number of activities being participated in b women including rugby are continuously on the increase. On the other hand, ...
Socio-economic factors influencing muslim university student participation in sports in Kenya
(Makerere University, 2008)
There is a strong theological background supporting sports in Islam (Qur'an, 16:8). However, this is on condition that it is lawful and does not hamper other religious obligations (Quran 2: :: 19, 5: 91-92). Conclusive ...
Popularization of Physical Education and Sports in Kenya's Schools
(Kenya Association of Educational Administration and Management (KAEAM), 2007)
More than three quarters of the population of Kenyan Youth spent most of their early life, up to teenage, attending school. Consequently, the school shoulders the noble responsibility of nurturing, positively influencing ...
Insights into the family setting as a centre for leisure and recreation service delivery
(Kenyatta University, 2004)
Status of gender equity in competitive sports in Uganda
(Department of sport science Kyambogo University, 2013)
The purpose of this study was to find out whether there was gender equity in competitive sports in Uganda. A cross sectional survey was conducted whereby a total of 350 respondents from 10 sports federations in Uganda ...
Towards gender equity in sports: insights into the underrepresentation of women in sports leadership in Kenya
(Moi University, 2007)
This study was conducted to establish the extent to which social, economic, political and cultural factors contribute to gender inequity in sports leadership in Kenya. Additionally, the study investigated the extent to ...
Integration of Traditional Games of the African Indigenous Communities in Contemporary Sports Management Programs as a Sports Tourism Strategy
(African Sport Management Association, 2013)
Indigenous games of Africa: a call for urgent intervention
(Kenyatta University, 2010)
Since 1980s, a lot of literature on indigenous games of Africa has been written and numerous presentations and discussions on the same topic have been witnessed at major conferences. Of notable significance were the ...
Traditional games and dances of Mount Kenya region culture - educational appraisal
(Kenyatta University, 1997)
At the level of the traditional culture, physical education activities including games and dances had a collective, pro-life, functional inclination. Among the people of the Mount Kenya region in central Kenya, these ...