Physical Activity and Strength Training – PediaCast CME 069
- Dr Staci Fischer and Herman Hundley visit the studio as we consider physical activity and strength training in children and teenagers. How much and what sort of daily activity is recommended? And what type of strength training program is safe for growing kids? Tune in to find out!
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- Physical Activity
- Strength Training
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe the benefits of physical activity and strength training for children and adolescents.
- Provide anticipatory guidance that promotes and supports physical activity and strength training.
- Connect families with qualified resources that provide physical activity and strength training opportunities.
- Identify the 8 basic principles of a pediatric strength training program.
- Sports Medicine at Nationwide Children’s
- Sports Performance at Nationwide Children’s
- National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Physical Activity and Strength Training in Children and Adolescents: An Overview
- AAP Clinical Report: Resistance Training for Children and Adolescents
- Strength Training for Children
- Is Strength Training Safe for Kids?
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