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Körperliche Leistungsfähigkeit im Kontext von Wachstum und Reifung

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Kinder gleichen chronologischen Alters können sich erheblich in Wachstum und biologischer Reife unterscheiden. Diese unterschiedlichen körperlichen Voraussetzungen haben folglich einen Einfluss auf die körperliche Fitness. Aus diesem Grund gilt es, Wachstum und biologische Reife bei der Bewertung von Entwicklungsverläufen sowie der Interpretation körperlicher Leistungsdaten heranzuziehen, um vermeintliche Differenzen entsprechend ab- und einschätzen zu können. In diesem Kapitel sollen daher Methoden zur Abschätzung des biologischen Reifegrads dargelegt sowie ein Modell zur Entwicklung der körperlichen Fitness im Kindes- und Jugendalter unter Berücksichtigung des biologischen Reifegrads vorgestellt werden.

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Fühner, T., Kriemler, S., Woll, A., Granacher, U. (2021). Körperliche Leistungsfähigkeit im Kontext von Wachstum und Reifung. In: Menrath, I., Graf, C., Granacher, U., Kriemler, S. (eds) Pädiatrische Sportmedizin. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-61588-1_3

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