A study of parental attitude towards physical education

Vol-6 | No-01 | January-2021 | Published Online: 17 January 2021    PDF ( 181 KB )
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2021.v06.i01.013
Balender Singh 1; Dr. Parveen Kumar 2

1Assistant Professor, Head of Dept. Physical Education, Gochar Mahavidyalaya, Saharanpur

2Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physical Education, Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar


The basis for many health advantages can be given by daily workout participation during childhood. Research has shown that physical exercise reduces abruptly with age and that children’s activity level is not adequate to support optimum health.3 For adults, Physical inactivity raises the likelihood of multiple constant-age diseases with extended running, including coronary heart disease, asthma, and bowel disease. Physical inactivity has led to a notable childhood plague in the short term and is now ravaging most Western nations. The evaluation test also demonstrates a decreased level of physical activity in Greece and an alarmingly high prevalence of sturdiness among Greek children.
Moreover, more than three modifiable cardiovascular risk factors tend to be present at a crucial level for long-term older people. Education for the school’s welfare is seen as perhaps the most encouraging response to the development of well-being in this unusual situation. In schools, large welfare programmes will bring about both current and long-term social progress. Because of the above and the promising effects of some interventions, welfare education is viewed not as a compulsory subject in Greek schools but as an educational method that relies on the teachers’ resources to carry out some intercession at the class level school or area.

parental attitude, disease, childhood, children, physical education
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