El recreo escolar como oportunidad de espacio y tiempo saludable / The recess school space and time as an opportunity healthy. pp. 419-432

J. Martínez, S. Aznar, O. Contreras

Resumen


El propósito de nuestro estudio piloto fue medir de forma objetiva la AF saludable de la población infantil a lo largo de una semana e identificar cuanta de la misma se realizaba dentro del tiempo dedicado al recreo escolar.  La muestra estaba compuesta por 36 niños de 11 a 12 años de una escuela de la provincia de Toledo en España. El instrumento utilizado fue el acelerómetro. La mayoría de los niños y niñas no cumplían las recomendaciones de AF saludable. En relación a la cantidad de AF saludable realizada en los recreos durante la semana, ésta presentó un peso importante.

 

PALABRAS CLAVE actividad física, recreo escolar, educación primaria, acelerómetro.

 

ABSTRACT

 The purpose of our pilot study was to measure objectively the amount of moderate to vigorous PA (MVPA) children engaged over a week and to identify how much of it was carried out during recess time.  The sample comprised 36 children aged 11 to 12 from a school in the province of Toledo in Spain. PA was measured with the accelerometer GT1M. Most of the children did not meet the PA recommendations for health. In relation to the amount of MVPA  achieved during recess time, our study suggests that recess time represents an important load of the total amount of children’s MVPA registered per day.

 

KEYWORDS: physical activity, recess time, school, children, accelerometer.


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