Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation

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Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. / Larsen, Malte Nejst; Nielsen, Claus M; Ørntoft, Christina Øyangen; Randers, Morten Bredsgaard; Manniche, Vibeke; Hansen, Lone; Hansen, Peter Riis; Bangsbo, Jens; Krustrup, Peter.

I: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Bind 31, Nr. 12, 2017, s. 3425-3434.

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Larsen, MN, Nielsen, CM, Ørntoft, CØ, Randers, MB, Manniche, V, Hansen, L, Hansen, PR, Bangsbo, J & Krustrup, P 2017, 'Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation', Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, bind 31, nr. 12, s. 3425-3434. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000001952

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Larsen, M. N., Nielsen, C. M., Ørntoft, C. Ø., Randers, M. B., Manniche, V., Hansen, L., ... Krustrup, P. (2017). Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 31(12), 3425-3434. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000001952

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Larsen MN, Nielsen CM, Ørntoft CØ, Randers MB, Manniche V, Hansen L o.a. Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2017;31(12):3425-3434. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000001952

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Larsen, Malte Nejst ; Nielsen, Claus M ; Ørntoft, Christina Øyangen ; Randers, Morten Bredsgaard ; Manniche, Vibeke ; Hansen, Lone ; Hansen, Peter Riis ; Bangsbo, Jens ; Krustrup, Peter. / Physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. I: Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2017 ; Bind 31, Nr. 12. s. 3425-3434.

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abstract = "We investigated whether physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. The study included 423 schoolchildren, comprising 209 girls and 214 boys, of whom 67 and 74{\%}, respectively, were active in sports clubs. Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery level 1 for Children (YYIR1C), balance, jump and coordination tests, together with DXA scans, were used to determine exercise capacity and body composition. Children active in sports clubs had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (33{\%}, 767±26 vs. 575±29 m), 20-m sprint (3{\%}, 4.33±0.03 vs. 4.48±0.04 s), coordination (6{\%}, 68±1 vs. 72±1 s) and balance test performances (9{\%}, 19.3±0.5 vs. 21.2±0.7 falls/min) and lower fat mass index (16{\%}, 3.8±0.1 vs. 4.5±0.2 kg(fat)·m) than children not active in sports clubs. Ball game players had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (38{\%}, 925±39 vs. 671±28 m), 20-m sprint (4{\%}, 4.25±0.03 vs. 4.42±0.04 s) and coordination test performances (5{\%}, 65±1 vs. 69±1 s), along with higher (P<0.05) lean body mass (5{\%}, 24.00±0.22 vs. 22.83±0.25 kg) and whole-body BMD (2{\%}, 0.90±0.00 vs. 0.88±0.00 g/cm) compared to children active in other sports. The study showed that 8-10-year-old Danish children engaged in sports club activity, especially ball game players, have better exercise capacity and superior body composition compared to children not active in sports clubs.",
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AU - Larsen, Malte Nejst

AU - Nielsen, Claus M

AU - Ørntoft, Christina Øyangen

AU - Randers, Morten Bredsgaard

AU - Manniche, Vibeke

AU - Hansen, Lone

AU - Hansen, Peter Riis

AU - Bangsbo, Jens

AU - Krustrup, Peter

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N2 - We investigated whether physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. The study included 423 schoolchildren, comprising 209 girls and 214 boys, of whom 67 and 74%, respectively, were active in sports clubs. Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery level 1 for Children (YYIR1C), balance, jump and coordination tests, together with DXA scans, were used to determine exercise capacity and body composition. Children active in sports clubs had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (33%, 767±26 vs. 575±29 m), 20-m sprint (3%, 4.33±0.03 vs. 4.48±0.04 s), coordination (6%, 68±1 vs. 72±1 s) and balance test performances (9%, 19.3±0.5 vs. 21.2±0.7 falls/min) and lower fat mass index (16%, 3.8±0.1 vs. 4.5±0.2 kg(fat)·m) than children not active in sports clubs. Ball game players had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (38%, 925±39 vs. 671±28 m), 20-m sprint (4%, 4.25±0.03 vs. 4.42±0.04 s) and coordination test performances (5%, 65±1 vs. 69±1 s), along with higher (P<0.05) lean body mass (5%, 24.00±0.22 vs. 22.83±0.25 kg) and whole-body BMD (2%, 0.90±0.00 vs. 0.88±0.00 g/cm) compared to children active in other sports. The study showed that 8-10-year-old Danish children engaged in sports club activity, especially ball game players, have better exercise capacity and superior body composition compared to children not active in sports clubs.

AB - We investigated whether physical fitness and body composition in 8-10-year-old Danish children are associated with sports club participation. The study included 423 schoolchildren, comprising 209 girls and 214 boys, of whom 67 and 74%, respectively, were active in sports clubs. Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery level 1 for Children (YYIR1C), balance, jump and coordination tests, together with DXA scans, were used to determine exercise capacity and body composition. Children active in sports clubs had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (33%, 767±26 vs. 575±29 m), 20-m sprint (3%, 4.33±0.03 vs. 4.48±0.04 s), coordination (6%, 68±1 vs. 72±1 s) and balance test performances (9%, 19.3±0.5 vs. 21.2±0.7 falls/min) and lower fat mass index (16%, 3.8±0.1 vs. 4.5±0.2 kg(fat)·m) than children not active in sports clubs. Ball game players had better (P<0.05) YYIR1C (38%, 925±39 vs. 671±28 m), 20-m sprint (4%, 4.25±0.03 vs. 4.42±0.04 s) and coordination test performances (5%, 65±1 vs. 69±1 s), along with higher (P<0.05) lean body mass (5%, 24.00±0.22 vs. 22.83±0.25 kg) and whole-body BMD (2%, 0.90±0.00 vs. 0.88±0.00 g/cm) compared to children active in other sports. The study showed that 8-10-year-old Danish children engaged in sports club activity, especially ball game players, have better exercise capacity and superior body composition compared to children not active in sports clubs.

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