Battling Childhood Obesity: Should we look at China?

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ admin_label=”Email Optin Section” _builder_version=”3.19.3″ background_color=”#ffffff” custom_padding=”0|0px|0|0px|false|false”][et_pb_row _builder_version=”3.19.3″][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.19.3″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” _builder_version=”3.19.3″ text_font=”||||||||” header_font=”||||||||” header_2_font=”||||||||”]Obesity in children has been a concern for some time now and is quickly becoming a global issue as technology is becoming ever more readily available. Where video games were more of a novelty with past generations, or at least a day out at the games arcade, they are now a way of life. Whats more is that where once the alternatives were sports or meeting friends they are now Instagram and other online pursuits. In a world in which enjoyment is found on the screen how can we encourage our kids to exercise? We feel the answers lie with you, the parents and from abroad, where some countries have had to battle issues regarding space and a penchant for video games already.

Now we dont want to preach as this technology has its benefits. It can bring people who are far apart closer together, give us information on tap and it can give us light entertainment when we are at a loose end. Nor do we want to give far-fetched unobtainable advice that WE KNOW you have already tried. Instead, we will offer some simple and realistic alternatives that we feel will actually get children interested in, and playing sports. Sometimes a first step can really lead somewhere!

City Sports

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Firstly we look to China! A huge country with over a billion inhabitants, millions of football fans, so why dont we see a successful footballing nation? The answer lies in its inaccessibility. Most city dwellers have to live in apartment buildings and full sized football pitches are rare. So what sports have come to the fore? Table tennis, volleyball, badminton, basketball! We may not have heard of the same sports starts they have but they are huge in their country. We have three suggestions, varying in the ease with which you can enforce them.

MORE DIFFICULT

Actually start family days out at the local leisure centre! It could be a day during the week after work or a day on the weekend. This would be good for you too and there is no excuse not to engage in a game such as table tennis or badminton.

LESS DIFFICULT

If you have a spare room you could buy a small table tennis or pool table. The main problem with this is space, but if possible many children would find excitement in a game of pool or table tennis with their parents or friends. The real thing has to beat a games console, and it could be there at your disposal!

EASY

Now if you dont have time, funds or space to embark upon one of our previous suggestions, we have another solution. Mini basketball hoops are already a staple bedroom accessory in the USA and China and it is an incredibly simple and affordable option. If you have one already you will know how difficult it is to walk past the balls and resist a shot at the hoop, and then usual difficult to stop! This should cost you around £25, introduce your child to a new sports and improve hand-eye co-ordination.[/et_pb_text][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.19.3″ text_font=”||||||||” header_font=”||||||||” header_2_font=”||||||||”]

Look at Ourselves

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Ask yourself these questions: Could I be more proactive and take more time cooking healthy food? Have I taught my children to cook? For many of us, (myself included) we could definitely do more. Getting your children into the kitchen with you not only prises your children away from their games console but teaches them valuable life lessons.

Think about what you have on TV. Play more sports and take that competitive attitude we know they have online into the sporting environment.

Go for more family days out. We appreciate this can be difficult in this country but days out at the zoo, amusement park or even just the local park can be a regular and way to encourage exercise and family interaction. Take the football, rugby ball, cricket set or even basketball!

We feel these are easy ways to improve your childrens activity and perhaps just as importantly, bring your family together. Please let us know your thoughts and any other suggestions you might have.

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If you’re not doing these things after 40 you must start now!

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Some things in life get tougher when we’re over 40. We have to work harder for some things, whether it be competing in the sporting arena or just keeping our weight down and bodies healthy. However, this can be complimented by experience and there are still a number of ways (some simple, some requiring hard work) that we can incorporate into our lives to allow us to maintain our previous performance levels and even improve upon the

Eat More Plants

This is neither recommending a vegetarian lifestyle, nor criticising those who love meat and dairy. However, taking on more plant protein can be just as effective as via other avenues and with some added bonuses that grow in relevance as the years tick by. Fibre packed foods helps fight a number of illnesses including some cancers and cardiovascular disease as well as lowering your calorie intake.

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This is not just numerical but being aware when you consume specific foods. Carbs should be largely limited to pre and post work out and limited when you are inactive. Increase your protein intake and you will naturally shed more weight as your metabolism works faster. For those of you looking to painting muscle mass we recommend 1.5 grams of protein per KG of body weight and as much as 2 grams for those looking to seriously gain muscle. People with higher proportions of muscle even burn of more calories when resting!

Increase Strength Training

This might seem counterintuitive as it may feel harder, but without doubt it is more important. This also makes the previous habit even more important. Weight training is important for bone density and your joints too which come under much more pressure over the age of 40. This is even more important for those who don’t have a history of weight training.

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Exercise Less Specifically

When training, especially if for a specific sport, we often focus on certain movements and exercises far more than others. As you get older it is more important to diversify and have a more well rounded routine. Cyclists and runners increase your weight training. Body builders increase your cardio. This is so that your overall health is not adversely affected and you can remain able to participate in a wider variety of activities.

Reduce Stress

Maybe the one we can go about with the most enthusiasm. When we are stressed we are less likely to participate in any of the above, less likely to sleep and more likely to maintain body fat. If you can limit the activities you deem to be a chore, even if it means outsourcing. Focus on what is important, happiness and health.

With age comes difficulty, bust as with many difficulties in life this is not a cue to slow down, but to speed up! Make those small changes and enjoy the results.

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Why Sport Is For Every Child

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It is easy to assume that we all have likes and dislikes, including but not limited to sport, food, school subjects, bars, countries, appearances, personalities etc. and this is true. However, can we be encouraged to like things that are good for us, or at least to devote some time to such activities? You would rarely hear a parent say, “Oh well my child enjoys sports, not study, so I don’t encourage them to pay attention to their studies.” Why then is it that physical education is often ignored or seen as less important than other forms of education given the obvious benefits of frequent physical activity? Let’s explore!

Why some children aren’t playing sport?

One of the most obvious arguments would be that of necessity. Children have to go to school and PE class accounts for a tiny proportion of their learning, and no school sporting achievements count towards any exam results, which are ultimately what our children are judged on. Pressure from teachers, parents and school boards focuses primarily on academic success, to the extent that even the PE teachers will focus more on the talented students, and pay little attention to the plight of those who are less ‘capable’ or engaged in the lesson. Furthermore, while homework is assigned for every other class and punishment dealt out when it isn’t completed, our schools seem to avoid homework in the case of PE, probably because it has no impact on future exam results. All of this despite the obvious and know health benefits.

Despite the point above, this does not excuse parents. After all, we have all evolved to follow and imitate our parents. It stands to reason that sporty parents will cultivate an atmosphere in which their children play sports and get active, while those who stay at home and have little interest in sport don’t. According to Meltzoff (1999), ‘Although simple imitative behavior is evident in the postnatal period, by around 14 months infants remember and repeat actions they observe in adults, other children, and on television.’ The problem begins at home! Even in the case of parents who push their children to study, if they don’t encourage physical activity too, it is likely that they will feel out of place and scared to participate when PE class comes along. Like anything, some people are more naturally equipped for certain things, whether it be strategic intelligence, a good memory, art or of course sports. However, this does not mean that others can’t compete. Some just have to work a little harder to reach that level of performance.

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 So why should we encourage everyone to do sports?

The positive effects of sports and physical exercise seem obvious, yet many do not engage in such activities regularly. Perhaps this is because they see them as unnecessary, or only necessary if you play sports competitively. However, there are many other reasons why children should be exercising, and these extend beyond the sporting arena.

Develops social skills

Especially when playing with a team, sport encourages you to meet people. Not only this but communicate as it is a fundamental part of team sports. Even in single player sports, the competitor can ‘forget themselves’ for the duration of the game, and maybe find a part of themselves they never knew existed. A coach can also provide them with a mentor and another point of regular contact.

Self esteem

Just as nobody wants to get bad exam results, nobody wants to be the first to fail at the bleep test, but this is not the only way sport can combat low self esteem. Sport teaches children to reach goals and have targets. Not only does this make them feel good about themselves when they accomplish their goals or that victory, it teaches them what it takes to achieve targets they set out later in life. Endorphins released during exercise can also fight depression and release stress!

Physical health

This one seems obvious and it is 🙂

Team work and leadership skills

Being part of a team can help children work towards a common goal and promote problem solving skills. These advantages are transferrable to both school and the work place in later life. ‘Sports leadership is often used as a powerful analogy for analyzing and interpreting business leaders’’ behaviors, such as team work, motivation and people management’ (Ruto, G.D, 2004).

Academic success

Perhaps counterintuitive but also important to be aware of, particularly for those who see academic success as more important and separate from sporting achievement. Many studies support this including a study by Lee S. Sitkowski (2008) who concluded that ‘Through an analysis of 249 high school sophomore and junior boys and girls, it was found that athletic participation had a positive impact on academic performance.’

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How can we encourage children to join in?

Even when we are grown up we can feel held back from trying things that we are not used to or don’t feel comfortable with, so it stands to reason that children may feel the same. If we leap into the sporting environment at an age where many of the other children have already been playing sports, it can be difficult and scary. Therefore, we need to play with them and get them involved from an early age.

For some this opportunity may have passed but it’s never too late. The internet is full of success stories and examples of people changing and improving themselves, and now more than ever, being a girl is no excuse not to join in! You can start by leading by example. You are still a hero in their eyes and they will continue to copy you, whether they know it or not. They are more likely to run or play if you participate too. You can even just support them by helping them become part of a team and by attending training and matches.

If your child is particularly afraid of more aerobic sports, there are many other sports they can try. Consider snooker, table tennis, golf or other similar activities. This can help them to find their competitive edge and become more confident before taking on more athletic sports at a later date. Remember, exercise begins at home.

Above all, sport should be fun. If it’s not then confidence is often the cause. Encourage your children, tell them they can be the best, tell them they can do anything they put their minds to. Trust in them and help them and they might not only surprise themselves but you too.

Good luck sports fans! (and everyone else)

Start your own race 🙂

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How to Make Your Kid a Sports Champion

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I begin with the admission that I don’t have a child and I’m sure I can’t even begin to understand the difficulties and time restraints of the typical parent. However, I have coached kids in sports and taught in education so have had the opportunities to see what separates those who succeed, improve and continue from those who give up.

With that in mind, here are my top 5 tips for making your kid a sports champion!

1. Enjoy it!

We all hear about pushy parents and usually in a not so positive light. Is this fair given that surely the driving force is caring for their child’s upbringing? Actually, I think the answer is somewhere in between. In my experience, drawn mainly here from teaching, whilst pushing and being by their kid’s side at all times is superior to those who leave their children to do as they please, it is neither of these types of child who learn the fastest and with most enjoyment. I see parents so determined to see their child appear capable that they will greatly over emphasise their child’s ability and scold them when they get things wrong, despite the child trying sincerely to answer the question. Firstly, I then have no idea what to work on, and secondly the kid spends the whole session frightened to answer a question. This is the same in sports. Children who are frightened to exercise or be in the sporting environment due to too much pressure to succeed invariably find stumbling blocks, and stumble more as pressure rises when the relevant sport increases in significance.

 

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2. Play with them from an early age

Andre Agassi’s father even attached tennis balls to his new born son’s mobile in an attempt to improve hand eye coordination, and encourage his son’s association with tennis. Yes, this might be unnecessary and the sign of an extremely pushy parent! However, the point still stands, sport should not be a weekly team exercise or school break, but has to be incorporated into your child’s daily life. It sounds cheesy but find the time to play catch, practice putting, throw a rugby ball and play penalties. More importantly these should be fun games, not labeled training.

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3. Have sport on TV

Moreover, encourage them to support a team as watching sport is so much more fun when rooting for a team. This also makes them more competitive, undoubtedly important for anyone to stand a chance at succeeding in the sporting arena, without the threat of being criticised unduly for losing themselves. This will also give them the opportunity to find out which sport seems the more appealing to them. This can be difficult in a household in which one or more members of the family don’t enjoy watching sports, but spare an hour or so whenever possible and your child will both learn and garner an interest.

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4. Try different sports

This isn’t just so that they can find the sport they enjoy the most but so that they can find the sports that they are best at. How many of us get pigeon holed into one sport when we are young (usually football) and grow up wondering what else we could have been good at. This is even more relevant with sports that are less popular and can give children a real chance at making it to the top. I will never know how good I could have been volleyball, any winter sport, hockey, basketball or any number of sports I haven’t tried. For instance, I only took up golf in my 20s. I enjoy it and am quite good at it but will never even begin to approach the level I could have reached had I started at a younger age.


5. Play games with a winner and a loser

These are mainly aimed at making sports a fun, accessible and normal way of life. However, to really make it a competitive edge is vital. Any top sportsman hates to lose. Look at how the charm of the likes of Jurgen Klopp disappears and out comes the roaring madman. Yes, it should be enjoyable, but as often as possible there still needs to be a winner and a loser.

On top of these tips, social media is a great way to interact with other parents and share tips and ideas. Here is one of our favourites and sure to be a future star:

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Good luck and should I have a kid one day I’m sure I will write a new (and potentially very different) article!

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