Ang Gaoa, Zhiquan Chen, Shuchen Li, Chang Zhang, Zepeng Quan
College of sports and Health Sciences, Zhejiang Normal University, Zhejiang, 321019, China
Using the methods of literature review and logical analysis, from the perspective of healthy sports, this paper combs the development of campus football, and analyzes the impact of campus football on students' health and the prevention and control of potential risks. To further promote the development of campus football. The research shows that: the development of Chinese campus football has gone through three stages, and then it begins to get on the right track. In the process of development, it brings beneficial influence to students, but also has some potential risks. We should attach importance to it and guide campus football to develop in a virtuous circle through reasonable control.
“Campus football”, Primary and secondary schools, Risk prevention and control, Sport
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