Research of Сadets’ Motivative and Valuable Attitude Level to Physical Improvement at the Beginning of the Study at the Military Academy


  • Yevhen Anokhin Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy
  • Yurii Bobko Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy
  • Oksana Matveiko Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy
  • Ivan Pylepchak Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy
  • Ihor Lototskyi Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy
  • Maksim Kuznetsov Hetman Petro Sahaidachny National Army Academy



motivational and value attitude, motives, cadets, physical improvement, physical training


Combat activity (DB) of servicemen is a very difficult type of professional activity (PD), which requires significant muscular effort, the manifestation of a high level of appropriate physical qualities, motor skills; increased activity of a significant number of various organs and systems; involvement in the work of a large number of morphofunctional and mental structures of the human body. This is accompanied by the consumption of such an amount of energy, which is not able to produce energy supply mechanisms of the body of most servicemen, which leads to rapid disability. Increasing the motor skills and expanding the functional reserves of the body of officers to the level required by the database, occurs during their training at the academy. And his support is relevant throughout the professional career of the officer. However, immediately after graduating from the academy, the physical activity of most officers decreases, and with it their physical fitness [2]. Given that physical fitness is the foundation for all other components of military service, it is important to find ways to ensure the proper level of effectiveness of physical training of officers throughout their service. The purpose of the work is to determine the level of motivational and value attitude of cadets to physical improvement at the beginning of their military service as a condition and prerequisite for appropriate systematic physical exercises. Methods – analysis and generalization of scientific papers, surveys. Results. It is established that the structure of motivation for physical culture and sports activities (FSD) of a significant number of cadets at the time of their admission to the academy is dominated by hedonistic motives, and the purpose of their sports is entertainment. It was found that 60,2 % of cadets at the beginning of the academy have a low level of motivational and value attitude to physical improvement, which is characterized by inadequate assessment of their physical fitness, lack of desire to show effort in performing motor activity, which does not expect high performance of physical improvement . Conclusions. In order to increase the effectiveness of physical training of officers in the army, it is necessary to strengthen the formation of their motivational and value attitude to physical improvement during their studies at the academy.


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How to Cite

Anokhin, Y., Bobko, Y., Matveiko, O., Pylepchak, I., Lototskyi, I., & Kuznetsov, M. (2022). Research of Сadets’ Motivative and Valuable Attitude Level to Physical Improvement at the Beginning of the Study at the Military Academy. Physical Education, Sport and Health Culture in Modern Society, (1(57), 24–30.



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