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Appendix A Agenda Committee on Fitness Measures and Health Outcomes in Youth November 15-16, 2011 The Keck Center 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 Meeting Goals To gather information about the relationship between fitness mea- sures and health outcomes To learn lessons from implementation of fitness batteries in the field in the United States and other countries Tuesday, November 15, 2011: Day 1 1:00 PM Welcome and Introductions Russell Pate, Committee Chair SESSION 1: ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH MEASURING FITNESS IN YOUTH Objective: To develop a shared understanding of specific issues and con- siderations related to fitness components and the interpretation of test performance results. 239

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240 FITNESS MEASURES AND HEALTH OUTCOMES IN YOUTH Moderator: Russell Pate 1:10 Associations Between Strength and Flexibility and Health Sharon Plowman, Northern Illinois University 1:40 Fitness Measures and Metabolic Health Lars Anderson, University of Southern Denmark (by phone) 2:10 Body Composition: Methods and Its Use in a Fitness Test Tim Lohman, University of Arizona 2:40 Setting Cut-Points: Approaches and Issues Greg Welk, Iowa State University 3:10Discussion 3:40Break SESSION 2: CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE FIELD-BASED APPLICATION OF FITNESS MEASURES Objective: To achieve greater awareness of the issues and considerations associated with developing, implementing, and evaluating a fitness test bat- tery based on the experiences of those working with test batteries that are currently being used around the world. Moderator: Russell Pate 3:50 Implementation of Fitness Batteries in Various Countries U.S. Fitnessgram Greg Welk, Iowa State University EUROFIT Colin Boreham, University College Dublin Mark Tremblay, University of Ottawa, Canada 4:35 Panel Discussion 5:30Experiences in Implementing Fitness Testing in Urban School Settings Lori Benson, YMCA of Greater New York 6:00Adjourn

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APPENDIX A 241 Wednesday, November 16, 2011: Day 2 1:00 PM Welcome and Introductions Russell Pate, Committee Chair SESSION 3: FITNESS, BRAIN FUNCTION, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 1:10 Fitness and Brain Function Charles H. Hillman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1:30 Fitness and Academic Achievement Joseph Donnelly, University of Kansas 1:50 Questions and Answers 2:00Adjourn

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