Physical Fitness

The chapter on physical fitness addresses questions such as what physical fitness is, how it is measured, and why it is important. It explains why physical fitness is the optimal health indicator in childhood and explores its connections to brain function and cognition. Viewers will also discover how to create an appropriate environment for fitness testing.

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Some additional text/infographics, if needed. This animation aims to guide PE teachers on setting up a peer support system among adolescents. This strategy not only aids in improving physical fitness but also promotes physical literacy and lifelong engagement in physical activities. Link style here.

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“We need objective data about physical fitness as an essential part of promoting adequate physical literacy in the population. Having a solid grasp of one’s own physical literacy will ensure that children and adolescents can choose to engage in, and maintain, purposeful physical activities throughout their lifetime, including all the health benefits associated with a healthy, active lifestyle.”

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