Recommendations for Promoting Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents in Germany. A Consensus Statement

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Recommendations for Promoting Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents in Germany. A Consensus Statement. / Graf, Christine; Beneke, Ralph; Bloch, Wilhelm; Bucksch, Jens; Dordel, Sigrid; Eiser, Stefanie; Ferrari, Nina; Koch, Benjamin; Krug, Susanne; Lawrenz, Wolfgang; Manz, Kristin; Naul, Roland; Oberhoffer, Renate; Quilling, Eike; Schulz, Henry; Stemper, Theo; Stibbe, Günter; Tokarski, Walter; Völker, Klaus; Woll, Alexander.

in: Obesity Facts, Jahrgang 7, Nr. 3, 10.05.2014, S. 178-190.

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Graf, C, Beneke, R, Bloch, W, Bucksch, J, Dordel, S, Eiser, S, Ferrari, N, Koch, B, Krug, S, Lawrenz, W, Manz, K, Naul, R, Oberhoffer, R, Quilling, E, Schulz, H, Stemper, T, Stibbe, G, Tokarski, W, Völker, K & Woll, A 2014, 'Recommendations for Promoting Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents in Germany. A Consensus Statement' Obesity Facts, Jg. 7, Nr. 3, S. 178-190. https://doi.org/10.1159/000362485

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title = "Recommendations for Promoting Physical Activity for Children and Adolescents in Germany. A Consensus Statement",
abstract = "Increasing physical activity and reduction of sedentary behaviour play important roles in health promotion and prevention of lifestyle-related diseases in children and adolescents. However, the question of how much physical activity is useful for which target group is still a matter of debate. International guidelines (World Health Organization; European Association for the Study of Obesity), which are mainly based on expert opinions, recommend 60 min of physical activity every day. Age- and sex-specific features and regional differences are not taken into account. Therefore, expert consensus recommendations for promoting physical activity of children and adolescents in Germany were developed with special respect to national data, but also with respect to aspects of specific target groups, e.g., children with a lower socio-economic status (SES) or with migration background. They propose 90 min/day of physical activity, or at least 12,000 steps daily. Additionally, lifestyle factors, especially restriction of media consumption, were integrated. The recommendations provide orientation for parents and caregivers, for institutions such as schools and kindergartens as well as for communities and stakeholders. {\circledC} 2014 S. Karger GmbH, Freiburg.",
author = "Christine Graf and Ralph Beneke and Wilhelm Bloch and Jens Bucksch and Sigrid Dordel and Stefanie Eiser and Nina Ferrari and Benjamin Koch and Susanne Krug and Wolfgang Lawrenz and Kristin Manz and Roland Naul and Renate Oberhoffer and Eike Quilling and Henry Schulz and Theo Stemper and G{\"u}nter Stibbe and Walter Tokarski and Klaus V{\"o}lker and Alexander Woll",
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AU - Dordel, Sigrid

AU - Eiser, Stefanie

AU - Ferrari, Nina

AU - Koch, Benjamin

AU - Krug, Susanne

AU - Lawrenz, Wolfgang

AU - Manz, Kristin

AU - Naul, Roland

AU - Oberhoffer, Renate

AU - Quilling, Eike

AU - Schulz, Henry

AU - Stemper, Theo

AU - Stibbe, Günter

AU - Tokarski, Walter

AU - Völker, Klaus

AU - Woll, Alexander

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N2 - Increasing physical activity and reduction of sedentary behaviour play important roles in health promotion and prevention of lifestyle-related diseases in children and adolescents. However, the question of how much physical activity is useful for which target group is still a matter of debate. International guidelines (World Health Organization; European Association for the Study of Obesity), which are mainly based on expert opinions, recommend 60 min of physical activity every day. Age- and sex-specific features and regional differences are not taken into account. Therefore, expert consensus recommendations for promoting physical activity of children and adolescents in Germany were developed with special respect to national data, but also with respect to aspects of specific target groups, e.g., children with a lower socio-economic status (SES) or with migration background. They propose 90 min/day of physical activity, or at least 12,000 steps daily. Additionally, lifestyle factors, especially restriction of media consumption, were integrated. The recommendations provide orientation for parents and caregivers, for institutions such as schools and kindergartens as well as for communities and stakeholders. © 2014 S. Karger GmbH, Freiburg.

AB - Increasing physical activity and reduction of sedentary behaviour play important roles in health promotion and prevention of lifestyle-related diseases in children and adolescents. However, the question of how much physical activity is useful for which target group is still a matter of debate. International guidelines (World Health Organization; European Association for the Study of Obesity), which are mainly based on expert opinions, recommend 60 min of physical activity every day. Age- and sex-specific features and regional differences are not taken into account. Therefore, expert consensus recommendations for promoting physical activity of children and adolescents in Germany were developed with special respect to national data, but also with respect to aspects of specific target groups, e.g., children with a lower socio-economic status (SES) or with migration background. They propose 90 min/day of physical activity, or at least 12,000 steps daily. Additionally, lifestyle factors, especially restriction of media consumption, were integrated. The recommendations provide orientation for parents and caregivers, for institutions such as schools and kindergartens as well as for communities and stakeholders. © 2014 S. Karger GmbH, Freiburg.

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