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PARENTS MOTIVATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION OF CHILDREN: BREAKING DOWN BARRIER (Pages 34 - 41) by Dr. Ashwini B in THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SPECIALIST / ISSN: 2350-1499 (Online); 2350-0751 (Print)

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Research has shown a connection between parent support and their children's participation in physical activity. Parent support may come in the form of positive role models, transportation, payment of fees, providing encouragement or motivation. The physical activity levels of children's parents and siblings have a positive influence on their own participation in physical activity, just as the modeling of sedentary behaviours by parents and siblings influences a development of a sedentary lifestyle in children. When children learn an appreciation for physical activity and when they learn how to participate in physical activities, they tend to be more physically active than their peers who are simply exposed to physical activity. Most of us are familiar with the most common barrier to a regular physical activity routine -- the lack of time. Work, family obligations and other realities of daily life often get in the way of our best intentions to be more active. There are many additional barriers that vary by the person and life circumstance. Barrier: Family care giving obligation, Lack of time, Friends and family don’t share your interest in physical activity, Lack of motivation and/or energy, The study purpose of this study was to investigate parents' perceptions of the health and physical activity. There is no question that physical activity affords participate a number physiological and psychological health benefits. Specifically significant adults are primed to structure the environment and exhibit behaviours that enhance children’s physical competency beliefs, self-esteem and enjoyment of physical activity. In turn, these perceptions and emotions are the keys to solving the mystery of motivating kids in physical activity.Research has shown a connection between parent support and their children's participation in physical activity. Parent support may come in the form of positive role models, transportation, payment of fees, providing encouragement or motivation. The physical activity levels of children's parents and siblings have a positive influence on their own participation in physical activity, just as the modeling of sedentary behaviours by parents and siblings influences a development of a sedentary lifestyle in children. When children learn an appreciation for physical activity and when they learn how to participate in physical activities, they tend to be more physically active than their peers who are simply exposed to physical activity. Most of us are familiar with the most common barrier to a regular physical activity routine -- the lack of time. Work, family obligations and other realities of daily life often get in the way of our best intentions to be more active. There are many additional barriers that vary by the person and life circumstance. Barrier: Family care giving obligation, Lack of time, Friends and family don’t share your interest in physical activity, Lack of motivation and/or energy, The study purpose of this study was to investigate parents' perceptions of the health and physical activity. There is no question that physical activity affords participate a number physiological and psychological health benefits. Specifically significant adults are primed to structure the environment and exhibit behaviours that enhance children’s physical competency beliefs, self-esteem and enjoyment of physical activity. In turn, these perceptions and emotions are the keys to solving the mystery of motivating kids in physical activity.Key words: Physical, Barrier, Perceptions, Health, siblings and Encouragement.

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