PHYSICAL EXERCISE MANAGEMENT FOR THE STUDENTS AT THE FINANCES AND MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITIES
Raluca Costache and
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Corina Țifrea: National University of Physical Education and Sports of Bucharest
Raluca Costache: National University of Physical Education and Sports of Bucharest
Andreea Ionel: Tudor Arghezi Secondary School
SEA - Practical Application of Science, 2017, issue 13, 25-28
Physical education in higher education institutions creates what is called an optimum connection between “to be” and “to become”, within a balanced transition that fosters the full expression of one student’s motric, mental and social potential. The purpose of our research is that of: Identifying various inadequate behaviors (characteristic to sedentary lifestyle) and replacing the latter with some active life specific conducts; Drawing up an action system (didactical project), by using athletism – specific means, in view of creating a new active lifestyle, in the case of those students from non – profile faculties (from the first years of faculty – 18 to 26 years old); The program we have conceived has some visible effects on the building and improving of motric abilities in students from non – profile universities, adjusting one’s body to various intensity strains, and it has some benefic effects on professional activity.
Keywords: Quality of life; Student; Physical exercise; Motric potential (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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