INDIVIDUAL FEATURES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: VIEW OF A PERSONAL-ORIENTED APPROACH
Keywords:person-oriented approach, physical culture, individualization, physiological characteristics, psychological factors, training programs, healthy lifestyle, motivation, taking into account personal preferences, training effectiveness.
This article discusses a person-centered approach in the context of physical culture, emphasizing the importance of individualizing training programs taking into account the physiological and psychological characteristics of each person. The need to adapt classes to body type, level of adaptation to physical activity, as well as taking into account personal preferences and motivations is discussed. A person-centered approach not only increases the effectiveness of training, but also promotes the formation of a positive attitude towards physical activity, creating the conditions for sustainable interest and maintenance of a healthy lifestyle.
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