Enriched Sport Activities Program (ESA) is an Evidence-based Practice Exercise Program cofounded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Key action:Sport - 579661-EPP1-2016-2-IT-SPO-SCP). It aims to enhance social inclusion, equal opportunities and psycho-physical well being in school-age children with typical development and special needs trough sport activities enriched by cognitive tasks. A multidisciplinary approach has been employed; in detail, health - and skills-related physical fitness components, as well as developmental psychology and neuroscience research are the theoretical basis to implement an evidence-based program suitable to increase sport compliance in 7 different countries. A growing body of studies has identified sport and physical activities (PA) as key factors to contribute to wellbeing and health in children and youths with typical and atypical development.

Bianco, A., Sahin, F.N., Kizilyalli, M., Genchi, R., Basile, M., Silva, C., et al. (2018). Physical fitness and motor coordination monitoring during enriched sport activities in a sample of children living in Europe. The Esa Program. ACTA MEDICA MEDITERRANEA, 34(1), 11-12 [10.19193/0393-6384_2018_1_1].

Physical fitness and motor coordination monitoring during enriched sport activities in a sample of children living in Europe. The Esa Program

Bianco, Antonino
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Alesi, Marianna
2018-01-01

Abstract

Enriched Sport Activities Program (ESA) is an Evidence-based Practice Exercise Program cofounded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Key action:Sport - 579661-EPP1-2016-2-IT-SPO-SCP). It aims to enhance social inclusion, equal opportunities and psycho-physical well being in school-age children with typical development and special needs trough sport activities enriched by cognitive tasks. A multidisciplinary approach has been employed; in detail, health - and skills-related physical fitness components, as well as developmental psychology and neuroscience research are the theoretical basis to implement an evidence-based program suitable to increase sport compliance in 7 different countries. A growing body of studies has identified sport and physical activities (PA) as key factors to contribute to wellbeing and health in children and youths with typical and atypical development.
2018
Settore M-EDF/02 - Metodi E Didattiche Delle Attivita' Sportive
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Bianco, A., Sahin, F.N., Kizilyalli, M., Genchi, R., Basile, M., Silva, C., et al. (2018). Physical fitness and motor coordination monitoring during enriched sport activities in a sample of children living in Europe. The Esa Program. ACTA MEDICA MEDITERRANEA, 34(1), 11-12 [10.19193/0393-6384_2018_1_1].
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