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The Effects LTAD Has on Youth

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tracy simon

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of The Effects LTAD Has on Youth

(Long Term Athlete Development) Obesity Rates Amongst
Youth Type Two Diabetes Used By sports for life Canada In 1978 15% of youth were over weight or obese currently affecting over 2 million Canadians Cardiovascular disease Seven step developmental program The Effects LTAD Has on Youth By 2007 28% of adolescents were at a unhealthy weight predominantly found in people who are overweight Can be treated by good diet and exercise Obese Youth are More Likely to Have risk Factors For sleep apnea poor self-esteem Lack Of Physical
Activity What Is LTAD To Inspire Youth participation is sport Fundamentals Stage 1: Active Start Learn To Train Ages 0-6 Familiarizing children with unstructured active play ABC's of movement
Girls 6-8 Boys 6-9 ABC's of agility participation in a variety of sporting environments girls 8-11 boys 9-12 More formal training general sports skills
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