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With increased exposure of children to digital media, inadequate physical activity is becoming a serious health problem. With academic stress and other curriculum activities it becomes all the more important for a child to spend enough time playing in order to be active all the time and perform well.
Regular physical activity sustained over several years contributes to weight control and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. Regular physical activity causes substantial performance improving and health-enhancing effects.3 Recent studies have shown that regular exercise programmes might promote children’s ultimate neural development potential and thereby improve their long-term abilities and achievements.
Find out whether your child is doing enough of physical activity by filling this questionnaire.
This tool will help you analyze your child’s physical activity along with providing information on how you can improve it.