Features of influence of sports activities on the identity of students
Keywords:personality, student's sport, sports activity, requirements, sports specialization
V. Sutula, V. Shuteyev, L. Lutsenko, A. Kolisnichenko, V. Ispravnikova, A. Deyneko & I. Bodrenkova
Purpose: the definition of features of influence of sports activities on the identity of sportsmen.
Material & Methods: the special surveys of students and teachers of KhSAPC, and also students, who train in sports club "Politekhnik", and the students who are engaged in sports sections NLA were conducted for the solution of purposes.
Results: the most important qualities of the personality which sports activities influence are: formation of "confidence", "emotional stability", and "orientation to achievement" at sportsmen. According to most of the interviewed sportsmen and experts, the authority of the coach is not significant factor which influences the identity of sportsmen.
Conclusions: it is established as a result of the conducted researches that sports activities most of all influence the formation of confidence, emotional stability and orientation to achievement at sportsmen. Results of the research demonstrate also that the identity of the sportsman is most influenced by the competitive relationship which develops in the course of competitive activity. Results of the research also indicate disturbing tendency which is shown that most of sportsmen connect the end of their sports career with injuries.
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