Thursday, June 16, 2011
Of athletics in the life of every day
The schoolyard is filled with children running and jumping during the hours of athletics. This annual event encourages children to train in order to receive the medal or ribbon of victory. But the benefits start long before the big day, with training, that is for every child a healthy dose of physical activity.
Athletics, a simplified version of the Olympic disciplines, allows your child to try a variety of different activities to learn where are his strengths and interests. Your girl she likes to train in the long jump? Your son, he prefers long distance running? "These sports help develop important physical skills that can be used throughout the lives of children by the researcher and specialist in physical activity funded by the Foundation of heart disease Dr. Patti-Jean Naylor. When you give children a chance to succeed and improve, it helps their self esteem and increases their chances to enjoy physical activity throughout life. "
The favorite sport of athletics in your child can help you find out what other activities to try. Remember that your encouragement goes a long way. These interests and develop skills early in life can help make your children active adults. "Developing basic motor skills, confidence in his abilities and fun to practice physical activity in children will help to ensure that it remains active all his life," said Dr. Naylor. A child who learns to run can easily make a tennis serve, a child who develops balance appreciate snowboarding and an energetic child can easily follow the rhythm of a soccer match. "