Comment: Honing physical prowess in a sedentary society – a 21st-century challenge?
Physical prowess in a world bedevilled by sedentary life (unless one counts as physical exercise driving, pressing buttons on a remote control or pushing one’s dinner plate away saying, ‘I have had enough’) remains a biologically determined area of contest where young people – especially boys –measure themselves against one another from a very young age.
ADHD in practice 2012; 4(1): 3–3
To continue reading this article, please sign in or register.