Explain TWO (2) key findings that differentiate the present study from the other studies found in the comprehensive literature review provided by the authors in this article.

Question 1
For this individual assignment, you are required to write a review of ONE of the journal articles
provided.
You are required to do the following:
a) Introduce the content that will be reviewed and describe clearly
 the statement of the problem
 the rationale for the study
 the research question
 the hypothesis to be tested and the expected results
(8 marks)
b) Explain TWO (2) key findings that differentiate the present study from the other studies
found in the comprehensive literature review provided by the authors in this article.
(6 marks)
c) Describe TWO (2) limitations of the study, raised by the author/s, that explain either why the
results may need to be carefully interpreted or may provide less robust results than anticipated
or may only be generalized to certain populations and/or situations.
(6 marks)
d) Discuss TWO (2) relevant implications for future research directions as raised by the author/s
or implied in this article.
(6 marks)
e) Use the review article to draw relevance to the real-world context that you have experienced
as EITHER an athlete, coach, teacher-in-charge, sports administrator, school leader OR
parent. Give TWO (2) examples.
(4 marks)
BSE207 Tutor-Marked Assignment 1
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Additional information
Submit your document online onto Canvas in the form of a single MS Word file on or before
the cut-off date shown above.
Format of written assignment:
 1500 words excluding references
 Times New Roman, size 12 font, double space
 Written in accordance to 6th edition APA referencing format
 Submit your TMA through Canvas via Turnitin.
The following journal articles are provided:
Article 1:
Celis-Morales, C. A., Lyall, D. M., Anderson, J., Iliodromiti, S., Fan, Y., Ntuk, U. E., … Gill, J. M.
(2017). The association between physical activity and risk of mortality is modulated by grip strength
and cardiorespiratory fitness: evidence from 498 135 UK-Biobank participants. European Heart
Journal, 38(2), 116-122.
Article 2:
Fothergill, E., Guo, J., Howard, L., Kerns, J. C., Knuth, N. D., Brychta, R., … Hall, K. D. (2016).
Persistent metabolic adaptation 6 years after “The Biggest Loser” competition. Obesity, 24(8), 1612–
1619.
Article 3:
Jakicic, J. M., Davis, K. K., Rogers, R. J., King, W. C., Marcus, M. D., Helsel, D., … Belle, S. H.
(2016). Effect of Wearable Technology Combined With a Lifestyle Intervention on Long-term
Weight Loss: The IDEA Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of the American Medical Association,
316(11), 1161-1171.