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Rubanovich V.B., Sechko V.V., Zhomin K.M. Formation of motivation for a healthy lifestyle among senior school students

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p192-197
Formation of motivation for a healthy lifestyle among senior school students
Victor Borisovich Rubanovich, the doctor of medical sciences, professor, Vladimir Vladimirovich Sechko, the master student, Konstantin Mikhailovich Zhomin, the candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

This study presents the data about the impact of the comprehensive program, aimed at the healthy lifestyle motivation development among the senior school students in the general education school context. The aforementioned program consisted of the elective lecture and practical classes, and self-educational physical activity, performed four times a week within four months in addition to the physical education classes of the school curriculum. Wireless chest heart rate monitor, smartphone and specialized software were used by the study participants. According to the study, high effectiveness of the undertaken activities was registered, which was reflected in a more intensive attitude to health, elevated awareness about the healthy lifestyle, the ability to carry out self-educational physical activities and to monitor organism conditions indices within the experimental group. The significant improvements in the cardio-respiratory system, reflecting the increased adaptive capacity, and general physical preparation improvement was demonstrated during the study, which is of the utmost importance in modern conditions.
Keywords: health, healthy lifestyle, motivation development, schoolchildren, independent physical education classes.
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