Mov 470 Ch 5 Exercise and Youth

Mov 470 Ch 5 Exercise and Youth - ExerciseandYouth...

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Exercise and Youth Exercise and Youth Chapter 5 Chapter 5 - Look for improvement in every child Look for improvement in every child - Provide specific feedback Provide specific feedback - Demonstrate how a skill can be a  Demonstrate how a skill can be a  lifelong skill lifelong skill
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Youth Overview  Exercise for children and adolescents 10% may be affected by health problems Role of PA and health problems Special conditions and Concerns of to be aware of…. There heads are bigger than bodies   “out of balance Low attention span Inferior language span Exercise must be FUN ! The  m o re  c re a tive  the  b e tte r
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G e ne ra l C o m m e nts Te a c hing  yo uth a b o ut fitne s s  re q uire s   te a c hing  a  Life s tyle  no t a  pro duc t. C hildre n te nd to  ha ve  lo we r a tte ntio n s pa ns   a nd la ng ua g e  s kills  tha t inte rfe re  with te s ting   a nd pre s c riptio n (e s pe c ia lly tho s e  with  dis o rde rs ). But C hildre n a re  na tura lly c urio us   a nd will wa nt to  m im ic  yo ur e ve ry m o ve . C a n us e  RPE s c a le  if 10+. If unde r 10 us e   O m ni s c a le   Phys io lo g ic a l a g e  no t phys ic a l
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Effects of Health Status and PA on  Growth and Development Definitions – No gender difference with regards to  exercise until puberty Not many signs of hypertrophy pre-puberty Strength gains can be seen Environmental influences Biological factors – genetics help define food  likes/dislikes and body structure Growth status/growth charts www.cdc.gov/growthcharts When programming use physiological age
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Normal responses to PA in  children and youth Aerobic exercise – Vo 2max  vs.   Vo 2peak –  Lower use of Oxygen from inspired air =  increased respiratory frequency – HR max BP Poor Thermoregulation – produce less sweat Lower energy reserve but faster recovery, less energy reserve Less Oxygen efficient in exercise activities Mimic the way that they play Add stations  or circuits based on different muscle groups so that they  can go through them all High intervals
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