The Benefits of Physical Activity by Professor Tony Attwood

Teenagers who have autism are known to be less physically active than their peers.  They tend to have higher levels of obesity, with lower physical fitness scores regarding cardiovascular endurance, upper body and abdominal muscular strength, and endurance and lower body flexibility. Parents recognise that teenagers with autism tend to participate in fewer types of formal and informal physical activities…

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