Welcome to Francis Academic Press

Frontiers in Sport Research, 2019, 1(3); doi: 10.25236/FSR.20190305.

The Establishment of "sports promoting health" Mode in School and "lifelong sports"


Youqin Huang

Corresponding Author:
Youqin Huang

Sport College of Gannan Normal University, Ganzhou 341000, China.


With the development of the contemporary national sports activities, people have a deeper understanding of health, and make a new definition of modern health.Based on the contemporary concept of health, and through the study of social environment and individual behavior, the author found the important factors affecting health. These studies provide more concrete guidance on how to achieve the great goal of health.In school education, it has become one of the most scientific sports teaching modes to use sports to promote students' overall development, let students develop good sports habits, and finally achieve the goal of lifelong sports. In addition, the school has carried out a variety of sports activities based on this model, providing students with a variety of options for after-school life, and improving the participation rate of students in sports. It has also made great contributions to strengthen students' physique. It is a teaching mode that every school teacher should think about and actively practice when carrying out physical education to students.And to make students more active to participate in sports.


Lifelong sports; Health; Determinants; Lifestyle; Sports&Health; Promotion; Creation method.

Cite This Paper

Youqin Huang. The Establishment of "sports promoting health" Mode in School and "lifelong sports". Frontiers in Sport Research (2019) Vol. 1 Issue 3: 34-38. https://doi.org/10.25236/FSR.20190305.


[1]Y.Z. Lu (2003). Advanced course of introduction to sports, humanities and social sciences . Beijing: higher education press.
[2]H. Fu, F. Li (2003). theory and practice of modern health promotion. Shanghai: Fudan University press.
[3]J.F. Hu,P.S. Hou (2005). Contemporary health education and health promotion. Beijing: people's medical publishing house.