Improving physical training and self-esteem, enhances social values of kids and their relationship with the environment.Besides sporting a great time.If you need some reason to motivate your child to exercise you will find it here.
Exercise in childhood
The human body was designed to move, it requires exercise regularly. This means that carry a healthy active life is producing numerous benefits both physical and psychological.Which, of course; also it applies to children who need of sport not only for fun, but also to better physical and mental training.
For WHO (World Health Organization) to be healthy is “a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease.” The child who is fond of sports since childhood wills, therefore, healthier life and better physical development.
In May 2004 the World Health Assembly proposed the Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health, in order to modify unhealthy life habits and encourage governments of different countries to undertake national plans. The organization expressed concern about the decline in physical activity among children and adolescents. It is work of all who are interested in exercise.
What is physical activity?
We talked about physical activity when we mean any movement made by skeletal muscles, which produces an expenditure of additional energy that our body needs to maintain vital functions (breathing, blood circulation …). Therefore we can consider physical activity as walking, carrying an object, playing soccer, dancing, and house cleaning, and so on. When physical activity is planned, organized and repeated in order to maintain or improve physical fitness exercise we call.
Physical activity in childhood and adolescence is essential for the proper development of children; improve cardiovascular function and contributing to an appropriate maturation of the musculoskeletal system and their psycho-motor skills.
Continued physical exercise coupled with a balanced diet will help regulate body weight, thus preventing the onset of obesity, both in childhood and adulthood.
It also produces benefits in motor and cognitive skills, being good for your relationships, such as respect for their peers, accept defeat, know how to win, taking turns …, thereby obtaining physical and psychological well-being, and experience and skills for their day to day.
Many of the habits that are learned in childhood tend to consolidate during adolescence and can become routines into adulthood, so make small sport will help them keep practicing and keep it higher.