HEALTH SAVING STRATEGY AS A FACTOR OF “SOCIETY WELLNESS”

Authors

  • Olga Когiakovtseva Yaroslavl state pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky (Russia
  • Irina Tarkhanova Yaroslavl state pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky
  • Irena Upeniece Riga  Stradins University
  • Voldemars Arnis Rigas Stradins University
  • Polina Fedorova Yaroslavl state pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2018vol1.3337

Keywords:

active lifestyle, health saving, physical inactivity, physical activity, policy of healing the nation

Abstract

The article deals with the problem of reducing the motor activity of a modern man, especially a young man, in connection with scientific and technological progress. The results of the presented study confirm these fears: inactive lifestyle is becoming the norm. The importance of promoting the health saving strategy as one of the factors of successful social and economic development of the society is justified.

Author Biographies

  • Olga Когiakovtseva, Yaroslavl state pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky (Russia
    OLGA KORYAKOVTSEVA, was born in the city of Yaroslavl, Russia. In 2002 she defended her thesis on pedagogy, and in 2010 became a doctor of political sciences. Is a professor of theory and methodology of professional education, as well as Dean of the Faculty of additional professional education of the Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University K.D. Ushinskogo. Creative manager who sees the future. The harmonious combination of scientific thought and successful practices in the field of continuing professional education.
  • Irina Tarkhanova, Yaroslavl state pedagogical University named after K. D. Ushinsky
    Doctor of pedagogical Sciences Head of the Department of social pedagogics and organization work with youth
  • Irena Upeniece, Riga  Stradins University
    Doctor of pedagogical Sciences
  • Voldemars Arnis, Rigas Stradins University
    Doctor of biological Sciences

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Published

2018-05-25