Women's Football within the Physical Education and Sports Hours
Keywords:women's soccer, physical education and sports, gymnasium
The use of the football game in the physical education lesson offers particularly favorable conditions for the complex development of the students' motor skills and qualities. Playing the football game contributes to the formation and improvement of coordinated movements, to the capacity of rapid engagement in the timing and rhythm of social activities, through the accumulation of positive influences and effects of sanotrophic and educational character.
Due to its valences, football is appreciated as a necessary and efficient means of physical school education, which is why we find it both in the physical education lessons or the obligatory activities of the students, as well as in the other sports-recreational activities in most schools in our country.
By implementing in the process of preparation of dynamic games, sticks and competitions for students of 13-15 years we aim to consolidate and perfect the technique of football. By using these means during the training hours I suppose that the level of technical training of the students in the representative school football team for women will be improved.
The importance of the different dynamic games, of the sticks and of the competitions in the acquisition of the football game technique lies in the fact that, in the modern game, performance cannot be achieved without a very good technique.
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