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Ivashchenko V.P., Bushma T.V., Khalilova L.A., Kovshura E.O., Komissarova O.A. Some aspects of forming a healthy lifestyle based on physical culture literacy of medical students

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p185-190
 
Some aspects of forming a healthy lifestyle based on physical culture literacy of medical students
Valery Pavlovich Ivashchenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Tatyana Valeryevna Bushma, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Lilia Irekovna Khalilova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Elena Olegovna Kovshura, the senior teacher, Olga Aleksandrovna Komissarova, the senior teacher, St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University

Abstract
The article discusses the issues of the formation of a healthy lifestyle and attitude to physical education as the most important and necessary needs of the individual among medical students of St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University based on physical education. For students, the organization of the individual appropriate regimen of physical activity is the main element of a healthy lifestyle. To determine the role of physical culture in ensuring a healthy lifestyle for medical students, the authors evaluated the formation of the motivational-needful attitude to physical exercises, the level of somatic health and students' performance. The study included questionnaires, pedagogical observation, pedagogical experiment, mathematical and statistical data processing and analysis of the results. As a result of the study, students revealed the need to develop sustainable habits of physical education, to improve physical qualities and motor skills, to increase working capacity, and to form the responsible attitude to their own health by means of the physical education discipline.
Keywords: physical education, students, lifestyle, testing.
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Contact information: irekovnal@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 16.04.2020
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