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Kozikov Ya.S., Fedyuk N.S., Klimova E.V., Mazenkov A.A., Tikhonchuk A.A. Value potential of physical culture in the higher education system

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.6.p147-151
 
Value potential of physical culture in the higher education system
Yaroslav Sergeevich Kozikov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Siberian State University of Communication, Novosibirsk; Nikolai Sergeevich Fedyuk, the teacher, Military Communication Academy, St. Petersburg; Elena Vladimirovna Klimova, the candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer, Alexey Alekseevich Mazenkov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Siberian State University of Communication, Novosibirsk; Arcady Andreevich Tikhonchuk, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Military Institute of Physical Culture, St. Petersburg

Abstract
The relevance of the article is due to a change in the value system, a decrease in the role of physical culture in the life of modern youth and, as a result, the lack of motivational and value attitude to it. The concepts of "value" and "value potential" are considered. The purpose of physical culture is defined, which contributes to the development of value potential and, as a result, the formation of a harmoniously developing personality. It is concluded that it is necessary to increase the level of physical fitness of students through the impact of physical exercises on the body, since physical culture and awareness of its values contributes to the development and strengthening of not only health, but also to increase the level of cognitive abilities of a person, which makes it more competitive and in demand in the professional sphere.
Keywords: physical culture, education, society, personality, value potential.
 
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