Heinz Krombholz

Summary

Country: Germany

Publications

  1. ncbi request reprint Motor and cognitive performance of overweight preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Education and Research, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany
    Percept Mot Skills 116:40-57. 2013
  2. ncbi request reprint The impact of a 20-month physical activity intervention in child care centers on motor performance and weight in overweight and healthy-weight preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Research, Munich, Germany
    Percept Mot Skills 115:919-32. 2012
  3. ncbi request reprint Physical performance in relation to age, sex, birth order, social class, and sports activities of preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Education and Research, Munich
    Percept Mot Skills 102:477-84. 2006

Detail Information

Publications3

  1. ncbi request reprint Motor and cognitive performance of overweight preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Education and Research, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany
    Percept Mot Skills 116:40-57. 2013
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  2. ncbi request reprint The impact of a 20-month physical activity intervention in child care centers on motor performance and weight in overweight and healthy-weight preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Research, Munich, Germany
    Percept Mot Skills 115:919-32. 2012
    ..Children with higher BMIs in the intervention group had better motor scores than children with higher BMIs in the control group, but the intervention had no effect on body weight, BMI, or skinfold thickness...
  3. ncbi request reprint Physical performance in relation to age, sex, birth order, social class, and sports activities of preschool children
    Heinz Krombholz
    State Institute of Early Childhood Education and Research, Munich
    Percept Mot Skills 102:477-84. 2006
    ..Children with older sisters or brothers performed better than only or first-born children, and children who participated in sports activities outside school outperformed those who did not...