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Students' motivation formation for kettlebell lifting activity in the learning process in physical education.

Hryban Hryhorii; Tkachenko Pavlo; Krasnov Valerii

Content of lessons in physical education which let to make person-centred choice of physical activity which is represented by kettlebell lifting activity is described in the article. These classes include positive emotional attitude towards exercises with weights, formed demand for them, system of knowledge, interests, motives and persuasions aimed at formation of kettlebell lifting activity values and necessity of healthy lifestyle. The goal of the article is to learn the ways of formation of students’ motivation for exercises with weights and kettlebell lifting activity. Person-centred students’ choice of physical activity can be determined considering their needs and interests. The students should be deeply motivated and interested in means of physical education, have a need of physical activity developed and favourable conditions formed to achieve a goal of the physical education. Goal formation in the field of physical education is possible only if the students are aimed at the affordability of their own determined and the most vital needs of person-centred choice of means of physical activity. Only on this condition values of the educational process are created. The efficiency of the educational process depends on correct goal formation of the physical education. Formation of the motivational and value-based attitude towards means of kettlebell lifting activity is possible only if the student is aimed at affordability of his needs in this activity. Personal student’s and teacher’s attitudes during health and fitness activity are the factors which let solve the problems of students engaging in active physical activity.

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