Vol. 22 Núm. 87 (2022): Revista Internacional de Medicina y Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte
Área 5. DIDÁCTICA Y METODOLOGÍA

EFECTOS DE LOS DESCANSOS ACTIVOS EN LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA DE ESTUDIANTES DE PRIMARIA

A. Méndez-Giménez
Universidad de Oviedo (España)
Biografía
M. Pallasá-Manteca
CP Dolores Medio, Oviedo (España)
Biografía
J.A. Cecchini
Universidad de Oviedo (España)
Biografía
Publicado septiembre 20, 2022

Palabras clave:

clases físicamente activas, descansos activos, integrar movimiento, actividad física
Cómo citar
Méndez-Giménez, A., Pallasá-Manteca, M., & Cecchini, J. (2022). EFECTOS DE LOS DESCANSOS ACTIVOS EN LA ACTIVIDAD FÍSICA DE ESTUDIANTES DE PRIMARIA. Revista Internacional De Medicina Y Ciencias De La Actividad Física Y Del Deporte, 22(87), 491–506. https://doi.org/10.15366/rimcafd2022.87.004

Resumen

Los objetivos fueron examinar el impacto de los descansos activos (DA) en la actividad física (AF) de estudiantes de 2º de primaria durante las clases, el recreo y el horario extraescolar, y analizar posibles compensaciones durante el día. Participaron 46 escolares (28 niñas) de 7-8 años. Se realizó un diseño cuasi-experimental con medidas pretest y postest. El grupo experimental (n=22) recibió un programa diseñado por docentes y estudiantes. La AF se registró mediante acelerometría. Las ANOVAs de medidas repetidas mostraron efectos significativas en AFMV y AF muy vigorosa a favor del grupo experimental. El grupo experimental incrementó 14’17”/día de AFMV y 2’01”/día de AF muy vigorosa. En este grupo también se produjo un descenso de AFMV durante los recreos de 6’54”/sem y se redujo el tiempo de actividad sedentaria durante las clases en 73’30”/sem. Implicar al docente y alumnado en el diseño de DA puede aumentar la AF del alumnado.

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