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Collection of all the written sources so you can improve the understanding of the reasons for young adults’ inactivity and sport dropout and change your approach to food, health, well-being and sport.
The first official event for modelling the KATSURA system
We are delighted to share that on the 9th of May, the first official event for modelling the KATSURA system will take place...
KATSURA is making a name
The magazine "Aikido" is published on paper in 3500 copies and donated to the adult members of the Aikikai of Italy (there is a separate magazine for children)...
Coordination meeting for modelling the Katsura system
An online Coordination meeting for modelling the Katsura system occurred on 14th April, with a specific focus on T3.1 and 3.2...
NETWORK AND MAINSTREAM
To build capacities of the trainers and coaches to implement the KS, while creating a network of qualified sport associations capable to mainstream the KS outside the partnership and after the end of the project, integrating it as new program in the training offer to onboard young adults and adults, and increase the number of members of the club.
QUALITY and Transnational CAPACITIES
To ensure quality implementation and the development of the
capacities of participating organizations to work in a transnational environment.
To improve the understanding of the reasons of young adults’ inactivity and sport dropout, with reference to: (i) general obstacles already existing before the pandemic, and (ii) to barriers generated by COVID-19,
considering also young adults who recovered from the illness and those affected by depression due to isolation.
ONBORDING INACTIVE YOUNG ADULTS
To provide an effective response to the need of motivating young adults to not dropout from sport and to achieve a healthier lifestyle when aging, by defining and prototyping the most appropriate exercises technique (notably the Katsura System – KS) capable to (i) impact on mental wellbeing and selfmotivation and (ii) to reduce risk of injuries often caused by re-approaching sport (after a period of inactivity) without having adapted own musculoskeletal and respiratory systems (iii) to change the approach to food, health, well-being and sport.
Motivating young adults to stay active and healthy and onboarding sedentary adults in holistic healthy lifestyle system.