The Children

TROMBETTA and COL (2002, apud BORBA, 2006) say that one program of physical training must consist of aerbicos exercises, cyclical and continuous, that involve great muscular groups, such as walked, cycling, swimming, among others. therefore, the paper of the playful activity will be to transform everything pleasant and gostoso this into something to practise. The children like tricks and games, and can use this as strategy to stimulate a obesa child to make physical activity, surpassing the pleasure to attend television. with passing of the time the child it will more change its behavior not being seduced by the television or a pot of dainties, and yes to prefer to jump rope with the friends, to play ball in the street or simply to dance in the house room. VIUNISKI (2000, apud BORBA, 2006) complements: ' ' he is most likely that we go to obtain to increase the physical activity of a child by means of mannering and ambient changes, being these incorporating the day-the-dia' ' , that is, we will obtain more healthful children if to show pra they them diverse possibilities of playful physical activity, so that they can choose its, in one hour of leisure with the friends, the family or alone. the biggest benefit is not the child simply to move of habits, but yes, to continue with this more healthful position for the remaining portion of its life.

5. FINAL CONSIDERAES I believe that the infantile obesidade, and also the adult obesidade can be fought, be treated, and even though extinguished, by means of an arduous work, serious and persistent. However, I also believe that the playful one it will be able to assist excessively in this work, since the child until the aged one, therefore backwards in return the pleasure to play, of reviver things of the past, forgetting or to distract the problems of day-by-day.

Author: Jackie