International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science, 2021, 2(2); doi: 10.38007/IJEIS.2021.020201.
Lei Gao and Li Wang
Yuzhang Normal University, Jiangxi 330103, China
In sports, sports interest is the psychological tendency of people to strive to recognize and give priority to sports activities. Sports workers should cultivate and mobilize students' interest according to their actual situation, scientifically and rationally arrange the content of each activity or training to stimulate students' interest, so that the health of participants can be improved and improved accordingly. Make them care about their interest in physical exercises just as they care about their own health, which will surely become the internal driving force to increase their interest in sports. School sports workers and leading management departments regularly hold sports games or competitions to actively improve students’ awareness of interest. They should carefully study the needs of middle school students who are interested, and continue to provide students with support for sports and interest cultivation, so as to maximize service to middle school students, Guide them to exercise actively and improve the psychological tendency of students' interest in sports. More than 50% of students think that the school's weekly physical education hours can meet their physical needs. This research helps to create an atmosphere for students to exercise.
Big Data Era, Physical Education Training, Interest Training Model, Health Level, Physical Exercise
Lei Gao, Li Wang. Interest Cultivation Mode in College Physical Education Training in the Big Data Era. International Journal of Educational Innovation and Science (2021), Vol. 2, Issue 2: 1-6. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJEIS.2021.020201.
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