Study on Sports Activities in the Free Time of Gymnasium Cycle Students
Keywords:leisure, sports activities, students
The planned daily routine, either at home or in the education system, for secondary school students, can be an inhibiting factor for full personality manifestation if it is not taken up by a spare time left out for everyone to consume. The more important this aspect is for puberty children who form life skills, they form their personality and who, in order to support it in evolution, need a dowry of free time greater than adults.
Consequently, the objectives of our study are devoted to researching how leisure time is consumed by gymnasts and the partition they are assigned to physical activities.
The paper aimed to conduct a survey based on a questionnaire, in which the subjects expressed their opinions on the proposed topic.
The results revealed that pupils in grades 5 and 6 are still interested in sports activities. As we moved to the upper classes of the gymnasium cycle, we noticed the increased interest of students in technology.
The findings of this research highlight the directions towards which the young generation is heading. Clearly, her concerns have diversified much with the huge leap that the IT revolution has made. Students are increasingly moving away from a healthy lifestyle with the possibility of harmonious development both physically and mentally.
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