The aesthetic thought of competitive sports and the value study of aesthetic education in health education

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Abstract

The health and beauty of sports, the body and spirit, the perfect and unified cultural tradition has been an important source of the combination of beauty and beauty. Philosopher Plato first to claim the combination of aesthetic education and sports, that "the movement of the body and the movement of sound has a common rhythm. Therefore, beautification of mind and physical fitness are internal consistent". The harmonious development of the body and heart pursued by modern school sports is the highest embodiment of sports aesthetic education. The implementation of aesthetic education in college physical education is an important content to promote the individual development of college students and comprehensively implement the quality education training and in-novation talents. Competitive sports can be divided into physical fitness and skills, is particularly pay attention to physical exercise, physical exercise and movement skills, personal competition, competitive or groups, which contains aesthetic thought and aesthetic value are very obvious, and about aesthetic education is often used with the athletic sports education. This paper focuses on the study of two kinds of sports with high aesthetic value. The results of the study showed that: from the physical quality, the cooperative spirit, the aesthetic ability and the innovation ability, the four sides faced the analysis of the aerobics, the aesthetic value weighted 45.3%, and the sports value was 39.0%. It shows that the value of aesthetic education plays a significant role in sports such as aerobics and exercise. © 2017 Authors.

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Li, P., & Mei, Y. (2017). The aesthetic thought of competitive sports and the value study of aesthetic education in health education. Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 13(8), 5115–5121. https://doi.org/10.12973/eurasia.2017.00986a

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