Formation of Readiness of Students of Special Department for Sports and Fitness Activity

Formation of Readiness of Students of Special Department for Sports and Fitness Activity


E.V. Tarabarina, associate professor, Ph.D.
V.V. Kononets, associate professor
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University named after R.E. Alekseev, Nizhny Novgorod

Key words: sports and fitness activities special medical group, readiness, self-projection, performance algorithm.
The conceptual landmarks that represent the theoretical mechanism of design of the system of sports and fitness activities in respect of the category of students of special medical group are important when solving the tasks of recreational activities for these students.
The purpose of the present study was to develop the organizational and methodological basis for the formation of readiness of students to the special group for sports and fitness activities.
Conceptual priorities determine the choice of forms of organizational and conceptual support of the system to ensure meaningful sports and recreational activities
The obtained in the monitoring levels correspond with the target ones and are ranked by the levels: excellent, good, satisfactory, unsatisfactory. Subsequent discussion of the results enhances the interest of the involved ones in self-correction of the content of the personal system of sports and recreational activities and the formation of the students' need-value attitude to it.
The proposed algorithm in the organization of the educational process of students of a special department helps to analyze the results achieved, estimate the dynamics of generated indicators of sports and fitness activities and to use the results to assess students' individual achievements.


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