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Motricidade

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ZANELLA, Larissa Wagner et al. Overweight and obesity: motor intervention and influences on motor behavior. Motri. [online]. 2016, vol.12, suppl.1, pp.42-53. ISSN 1646-107X.

The objective of this study was to investigate the intervention impact in the performance of overweight (n=6) and obesity (n=14) children in manual control and dexterity, body coordination, strength and agility, locomotor and object control skills and balance. The Body Mass Index was used to investigate nutrition status classified according to Center for Disease Control, Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency-2, Movement Assessment Battery for Children-2 e Test of Gross Motor Development-2 to investigated motor performance. Dependent and independent t-tests and effect size were conducted. The results showed that: (1) significant changes for intervention group (IG) from pre- to post-intervention in balance (p=.042), locomotor (p=.004) object control (p=.001) skills; (2) declines in the control group (CG) for manual (p=.021) and body (p=.044) coordination, and strength and agility (p=.002); (3) no changes were observed from pre- to post-intervention in control and manual dexterity, and ball skills (p.05); (4) in the pre-intervention children in the CG showed superior performance compared to the children in the IG in body coordination (p=.018), in the post-intervention the IG achieve similar performance to the CG (p=.968); and, (5) for the other comparisons significant differences between groups were not found (p.05). The motor intervention focused to the needs of children, coupled with the opportunity to practice and motivation strategies promote benefits in motor ability of children overweight.

Palavras-chave : Overweight; Child; Motor skills; intervention studies.

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