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L’Endocrinologo

, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp 195–204 | Cite as

Pubertà, attività motorie e sport

Proposto da Antonio Agostino Sinisi
  • Luigi Di Luigi
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Riassunto

Sul piano psicologico, morfo-funzionale e delle capacità motorie e adattative l’uomo in fase peri-puberale non è un adulto in miniatura. In tutti i generi, nelle diverse fasi maturative puberali e in funzione dell’età biologica, la corretta pratica di attività motorie e sportive è fondamentale per garantire salute e benessere, mentre sia la sedentarietà sia le attività motorie eccessive, l’errata alimentazione e il doping implicano specifici rischi sanitari, sia a breve che a lungo termine.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Unità di Endocrinologia, Dipartimento di Scienze Motorie, Umane e della SaluteUniversità degli Studi di Roma “Foro Italico”RomaItalia

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