Remo Mombarg is a professor in Sports Education & Youth Sports at the School of Sports Studies of Hanze University of Applied Sciences, sports sciences research group. Remo also has an appointment at the University of Groningen (RuG), Department of Orthopedagogy. Within the Sports Science research group, he focuses on youth sports and physical education. Students from the departments of remedial education and movement sciences of the RuG and Academy of Physical Education are deployed to conduct research into effective (exercise) interventions to allow children to participate in the current and future sports society. The relationship with other learning achievements is also examined. He is also coordinator of the knowledge workplace for physical education and motor learning. In 1990, Remo graduated from the Academy of Physical Education. He then completed his studies in remedial education at the University of Groningen (1994) and subsequently trained as a Healthcare Psychologist (2005). In 2007 he obtained his doctorate from the Department of Special Education with the title: 'Tailor-made help for pupils with learning difficulties in learning support education'. Remo's research interests are motor learning of children with and without disabilities, the effect of exercise intervention on physical fitness, physical activities, sports participation and cognitive functioning of children in (special) education. In addition, Remo is a national trainer for motor remedial teachers and, as a healthcare psychologist, a trainer for the use of motor tests (M-ABC & BOT, Pearson). To date, he has published more than 50 professional publications, articles and book chapters. He also gives lectures and workshops on physical education and youth sports at home and abroad.