Trends in the Regime of Motor Activity Of Adolescents in Ukraine through the Implementation of Modern Recreational Programs

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  • Сергей Иващенко

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https://doi.org/10.33607/elt.v1i5.219

Abstract

Research background. The nature of the motor activity of representatives of today's youth, which largely determines their state of health and the degree of development of physical qualities, to date remains poorly understood, particularly in terms of the impact of recreational activities. Research aim. The study aimed at investigating the trends in the mode of motor activity in young people living in the territory of Ukraine, during the implementation of various measures of modern recreational and health programs. Methods. The analysis of modern scientific literature, questionnaires, expert assessments, teacher observation and pedagogical experiment, statistical processing of the data. Results. During the work assignments it was found that correct application of modern recreational and wellness programs leading to the optimization of motor activity in young people certainly plays an important role in preserving and strengthening operational health of the population. Conclusions. Reasonable use of recreation and recreational activities has a positive effect on the nature and level of motor activity in young people. This results in the optimization of the regime of motor activity, taking into account individual characteristics and potentials of their bodies. The results can be used to improve recreational facilities and recreational activities aimed at preserving and improving the health of adolescents.

Keywords: motor activity, young adults, engagement in physical training, recreation and recreational activities, health, well-being.

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Published

2018-07-08

How to Cite

Иващенко, С. (2018). Trends in the Regime of Motor Activity Of Adolescents in Ukraine through the Implementation of Modern Recreational Programs. Laisvalaikio Tyrimai, 1(5). https://doi.org/10.33607/elt.v1i5.219

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