The school physical has been around for decades.

Its roots go back to the 1960s, when parents took their kids to the local sporting ground to practise physical therapy, then to the gym and finally to the school gymnasium.

The Australian Physical Education Association’s guidelines in 2012 recommended the use of physical education in schools to promote a healthy body image.

It has been widely adopted in Australia.

In recent years, school physical education has become a cornerstone of physical activity in schools and a key part of a curriculum for physical education students.

But research suggests that physical education isn’t always the most effective way to promote physical health.

Research in Australia and New Zealand has found that physical activity is associated with more negative body image outcomes than physical exercise.

A recent study from the University of Sydney found that the presence of physical contact in schools had a negative impact on school students’ self-esteem and confidence, as well as lower levels of self-confidence and positive self-efficacy.

“We know that physical exposure to physical activity promotes positive emotions, like positive feelings, and positive attitudes,” Dr Rene van der Meulen, a researcher in the School Physical Education Research Unit at the University, told the ABC.

However, Dr van der Maan added that physical exercise is only one factor that could influence the health of students.

“I think physical activity may have a role to play in some other factors, such as self-concept, and mental health,” he said.

Dr van der Moen said schools have to take their students to physical education classes and physical therapists as part of their physical education program.

For many students, physical education is the only way they can learn how to improve their health.

“Physical education is a very important part of our curriculum, but for students it is very limited in scope and it is often not covered in the curriculum,” Dr van den Meulens said.

Dr van den Maan said physical education teachers and physical therapy professionals should not be worried about negative impacts on students’ health, because their patients are likely to respond well to the treatment.

He said the focus should be on making students aware of the physical education approach, which is a more appropriate approach to the physical health issue.

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