Key Factors of Students’ Participating in Ecology Sports Motivation

Mingquan Long

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 107, Pages: 1599-1603, Article No: e107185

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Abstract

With the progress of medical treatment in modern society, the average life of human beings has been continuously prolonged, and the public’s demand for quality of life and health has increased a lot. Proper sports activities cannot only relax the pressure of daily life, but also improve the quality of life. China’s basic priority for educational goals is to develop the healthy physique of citizens. School physical education is one of the components of education, is an important method to develop students’ complete development, and is to improve the national physical fitness level. The foundation for the development of national sports is also the cradle for the exploration and training of outstanding sports talents. In this study, Hunan primary school students were taken as the subjects of questionnaire analysis. 500 samples were distributed and 371 valid questionnaires were recovered, with a recovery rate of 74%. The results of the study are as follows: 1. In the second level of evaluation, the most important dimension is “physiology”. The second are “psychology” and “social”. 2. Among the 14 evaluation indexes, the top five indexes that are paid most attention to are: sports technology, ability performance, sports knowledge, friendship and physical health. According to the results, suggestions are put forward in the hope that students participating in sports can increase and continue their love of sports, and gain physical health, spiritual satisfaction and good habits of lifelong sports in the process of participating in sports.

Keywords

sports ecology, participation motivation, key factors

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