MODERN FETATHLON GAMES

This project is planned to integrate obese young people back into sports thanks to entertaining side of competitions in Modern Pentathlon sport branches.

This project is planned to show the fun side of sports to obese (32 <BMI <35) individuals who do not play sports at all, who are not interested in sports, or who see sports as a difficult occupation, to bring them into active life.
Young people with obesity problems are becoming more common around us. However, sports and active life are indispensable factors for health, which is recommended to be continued at all ages. In this context, Modern Fetathlon Games are designed to reintegrate obese individuals with sports and to be one of the pioneering projects in this field. With the Transition to active life and Conscious Nutrition participants will be able:
- To develop new sports and social skills,
- Getting information and awareness about sports and nutrition,
- Developing new social environment and communication skills,
- Creating group affiliation and balanced psychology.
The project includes young people in the obese category (32 <BMI <35) in Europe. [ BMI categories is based on the World Health Organization data (calculator.net) ]
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Project overview

MODERN FETATHLON GAMES is a project by
Bursa Youth and Sports Provincial Directorate
taking place
from 2022-04-01 till 2023-05-01
This project relates to:
Youth Exchanges, Training and Networking, Transnational Youth Initiatives
This project can include young people with fewer opportunities like
  • Health problems
Young people between the ages of 18-25, who are in the obese category (32 <BMI <35) according to the data of the World Health Organization, can participate in the project. Calculations can be made from the relevant site (calculator.net)

Short URL to this project:

http://otlas-project.salto-youth.net/13122

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