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Safe and Effective Exercise for Overweight Youth by Melinda S. Sothern

By Melinda S. Sothern

In line with a long time of medical examine and scientific event, secure and potent workout for obese formative years offers a scientifically supported and clinically suitable resource of knowledge that medical future health care services, educators, public future health, and health execs could use to advertise actual job in obese and overweight formative years of every age, together with people with major weight problems and chronic Read more...

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Exercise and obesity (pp. 141–150). London: Smith-Gordon. Hills, A. , Byrne, N. M. (2004). Physical activity in the management of obesity. Clinics in Dermatology, 22(4), 315–318. Hills, A. , Hennig, E. , Byrne, N. , Steele, J. R. (2002). The biomechanics of adiposity— structural and functional limitations of obesity and implications for movement. Obesity Research, 3(1), 35–43. Hills, A. , King, N. , Armstrong, T. P. (2007). The contribution of physical activity and sedentary behaviours to the growth and development of children and adolescents: Implications for overweight and obesity.

Include resistance training (particularly if program includes low-energy dieting). Gradually increase frequency and volume (strive for daily activity, 30–45 min/day). Consider the child’s preference for activities. Emphasize water-based sports and games. Consider lifestyle changes, not merely regimented activities. , television). Build in token remuneration. Include other obese children in group activities (this reduces inhibition). Remember, the key to compliance is fun, fun, fun! , Rowland, T.

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