- Loco-motor Skills: A loco-motor skill helps the body to do physical movements effectively. Examples of physical movements include running, galloping, hopping, sliding, skipping, etc. More often these skills are used, greater is the child’s ability to fine tune the movement of each skill. For example, improving running skills will enable the child to participate in relay races and sprints. It is an important part of physical education training.
Stress is very common in adults living in big cities. Reason is obviously the lifestyle here. Every day, people go through a lot of mental pressure at work-place as well as at home. Increasing competition is the main cause of stress. Every-one has ambitions, wants to be successful and have a luxurious life. In this never ending race, we lose our peace of mind and fall prey to the monster called Stress. But have we ever imagined that our kids are also not spared by this monster. Yes, kids also go through a lot of stress due to the competitive environment. Parents and teachers expect them to be good in studies, sports, drawing, sketching, craft and other extra-curricular activities. On the other side they have issues like bullying friends, peer pressure, problems at home, etc. Those small minds juggle between so many things that they’re unable to deal with. Result is obvious, they go through stress. As parents, we can definitely help them come out of this situation. Here are some ways: Read More 5 ways to deal with your child’s Stress
Obesity amongst young kids and teens is very common nowadays and one of the major causes is the growing inactive lifestylethat all of us are leading today. It has been seen in the last few years that such kind of lifestyle leads to problems, like high blood pressure, heart problems, cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes which in turn leads to unhealthy life. So pick a sport, take a run, exercise but move your body and that’s the key to a healthy and fit life.
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Given a choice between playing outdoors and computer games — teenagers might most probably pick the later. Well, it gives the leisure to sit at home and loads of new and exciting games at your fingertips, it goes without saying that computer games or video games are a hit today. Jay Shah, Co-founder, The Sports Gurukul, says that the concept of gully cricket or any other outdoor game is lost today with computer and mobile games taking the limelight. But how healthy is it?
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We see children getting tired easily. One of the factors responsible is due to increased junk food consumption and sedentary lifestyle. Children are getting obese. Also with no real focussed system PE teachers across the country with their best intentions are not able to cater to every child in the school which further leads to aversion to importance of sports and fitness amongst majority of the school children, due to lack of attention to them. To add further over 90% of the schools do not run sports and PE like academics and do not have any structured or planned curriculum and hence the periods conducted in schools have no end goal to achieve. All these factors together are contributing to growing obesity amongst young children and a aversion to sports as children get to their teens. Read More Academics Vs Sports
It is a worldwide scientifically researched and established fact that a physically fit body directly stimulates the intellect and cognitive functions of the brain in case of children it is a direct correlation to their academics. Sports is crucial to a child’s development. A sporty child would also be able to perform better at their academics.
Our body is what we use to do everything in this world and a unfit body cannot help anyone achieve their life’s full potential. An active Sports child would also easily keep diseases away and would be less prone to common sicknesses. So playing sports or being active has direct correlation not only for children but for any human being.
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