Exercise is important for health and well-being - especially for children. The European School Sport Day on 25 September supports physical activities in schools all around the world. ISPO.com asked the sports physician Prof. Jürgen Steinacker why and to what extent children should be physically active. He offers tips on how parents can help.
Let's go for a run. And the kids? Just take them along and integrate them into the training! Sports scientist Dr. Susanne Kobel explains how this can best be done. In an interview with ISPO.com, she gives tips on how to approach it, on motivation and names the positive effects for everyone involved.
Children need exercise in the fresh air - also and especially during the Corona pandemic. But what to do if it is not to be the usual walk? Sports scientist Dr. Susanne Kobel provides ideas for outdoor action with kids.
Sandra Mastropietro, like many others, has to balance home office and homeschooling. In part 3 of her series at ISPO.com she found the perfect interview partner for the needs and wishes of children in Corona times: her eight-year-old daughter.
The corona crisis is making bad headlines. At the same time there are many encouraging actions and ideas from the outdoor and sports world for athletes and for health and exercise in society. ISPO.com collects the best online ideas for children to let off steam.
Physical Activity is the basis for a healthy life. But a WHO study is now ringing the alarm bells: Four-fifths of the world's adolescents are not active enough. Especially the girls' figures are worrying.
Sure: You can also be outside to get faster, stronger, fitter. In foraging, on the other hand, collecting wild plants, mushrooms and berries, you force yourself to slow down - and find all the ingredients for your next snack.