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Factsheets

Based on data of the MoMo-Study different publications has been published. Our factsheets give you a short overview of important results.

 

 Ein Mädchen springt  
Physical Fitness: Positive 6-Year Trend
Within the framework of the MoMo-Study it is possible for the first time to directly compare the motor performance of 2 representative cohorts at the ages of 4–17 years in Germany. Within this analysis changes of 7 test items of the MoMo-test profile are reported to assess the physical fitness comprehensively.
 Mädchen im Wasser.  
No Disadvantage for Children and Youth with a Lower Socio-Economic Status in Athletic Extracurricular Activities
Due to the expanding amount of all-day schools in Germany athletic extracurricular activities (AEA) are offered more frequently. Thus, the question arises if social inequality in AEA is as common as in sports clubs. The purpose of this fact sheet is to answer this question based on a 6-year cohort comparison.
 Kinder spielen mit einen Ball.  

Increased Intensity in Organized Sports of Children and Adolescents in Germany

The intensity of the load stimuli in sports is crucial for positive health effects. The question arises if the intensity of athletic extracurricular activities nowadays is comparable to that of physical education or sports in clubs and how the intensity of physical education and sports in clubs developed over time.

 Ein Mädchen klettert auf einem Gerüst.  

Physical activity in sports clubs remains important!

A continuous and regular participation in physical activities is an important factor for maintenance of health. This factsheet focus on the development of physical activity from childhood into early adulthood.

 Ein Mädchen mit Schwimmbrille im Wasser.  

Increased Organized Sports Activities in School and Sports Club

Sports clubs reach the target group of children and adolescents in Germany more than any other form of youth organization and the participation rates are rising. The results presented here are representative data from the Motorik-Modul-Study for school and sports clubs of children and adolescents aged 6 to 17 years in Germany.

 

 

Study Design of the Motorik-Modul-Study

The Motorik-Modul-Study aims to assess and describe the development of physical fitness and physical activity and its impact on health parameters of children, adolescents, and young adults on a representative basis for Germany.