"Idrottsläraren Ulrika Westman has been a clear deterioration of young people's fitness and motivation during his years in the profession."
"Januarisolen shines sharply over the Långsjöns ice, on the border between Stockholm and Huddinge. Idrottsläraren Ulrika Westman pepper their pupils in 8A at the same time that she helps to snörar' skates. The first inserts looks indeed a bit wobbly, but pretty quickly they are away, far out from the bridge. Åktekniken vary, but it laughed a lot."
"Åttondeklassarna belong on the Fryshusets elementary school, which lets students indulge in skate, basketball, dance, health and fitness, music, or image, and form three times a week. Many of the students are far more physically active than their peers."
"Seven trainings a week."
" I have seven basketträningar a week and usually a match on the weekends. But I think that there are many children who are not moving enough. Video games are so popular so many hold up well inside, " says Leonardo Edlund."
"According to Folkhälsomyndighetens report, it may be as low a proportion as 14 per cent of 11-15-year-olds are on the move for at least an hour a day. Salma Lundqvist is not surprised. She has had slumps."
"– I skipped often the training session because I had pain in the head or didn't have the strength because I slept for a bit. But I started to bet again. You do not want to stay in development."
"– It's kind happier also when you have practiced, add the Ella Flavet."
"Several studies have also shown that especially the teenage girls move less than boys."
"– It has been well with standards that do. There is a view that it is masculine to do sports. But I think that it should be equal for everyone, " says Leonardo."
"I think some girls care so much about their appearance and don't want to be sweaty," says Ella."
"Ulrika Westman has been a pe teacher for 18 years and seen a clear change over the years."
"– Now sits with the phone and many can sit for hours. When I started 18 years ago and jogged with the students as a warm up, it was maybe one student who could not manage in 1,5 km. Today, it is perhaps a third or max half in a class that jogs the same route, " she says."
"What is that? Fewer outdoor environment that feels safe, less spontanidrott and high fees, think Ulrika Westman."
"– I also believe that there are fewer parents on the move. And the school alone can not reverse the situation, so much time we have. Movement must become a natural part of everyday life for all. It need not always be fun, you just do it, " says Ulrika Westman."