Original research article. Interest of Young People in Maintaining an Optimal Regime of Impellent Activity

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Due to the fact, that general state of productive category of human physical abilities depends on the level of his physical activity, it is important to create favorable conditions for people to be engaged in popular kinds of sports. In turn, the level of physical fitness such category of people depends on their behavioral habits concerning individual regime of motion actions.

In historical aspects this problem was investigated in order to reveal their modern tendencies and specific features. Was established that some social, economical and psychological factors have considerable influence on the process of physical development of people, living in our community.

Besides, were discovered, that most of people are able to improve the mode of their physical activity with the purpose of improving the state of their health. So, it is very important to shape by mince of mass media systems public opinion about necessity of doing physical exercises systematically.

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