Physical fitness and motor coordination monitoring during enriched sport activities in a sample of children living in Europe. The Esa Program
- Autori: Bianco, A.; Sahin, F.; Kizilyalli, M.; Genchi, R.; Basile, M.; Silva, C.; Loureiro, N.; Demetriou, Y.; Beckmann, J.; Pajaujiene, S.; Zuoziene, I.; Gómezlópez, M.; Sánchez, G.; Rada, A.; Ribeiro, A.; Castro, J.; Alesi, M.
- Anno di pubblicazione: 2018
- Tipologia: Articolo in rivista (Articolo in rivista)
- OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/292702
Enriched Sport Activities Program (ESA) is an Evidence-based Practice Exercise Program cofounded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Key action:Sport - 579661-EPP1-2016-2-IT-SPO-SCP). It aims to enhance social inclusion, equal opportunities and psycho-physical well being in school-age children with typical development and special needs trough sport activities enriched by cognitive tasks. A multidisciplinary approach has been employed; in detail, health - and skills-related physical fitness components, as well as developmental psychology and neuroscience research are the theoretical basis to implement an evidence-based program suitable to increase sport compliance in 7 different countries. A growing body of studies has identified sport and physical activities (PA) as key factors to contribute to wellbeing and health in children and youths with typical and atypical development.