Motivation: a way to enhance young people’s participation in sports-recreational activities
Keywords:empower, motivation, participation, sports-recreational activities, young people
The topic that is addressed is very topical since it is related to one of the lines of research reflected in the technological demand of the Micro Sports Combination 2 of the Northern People's Council of the District "José Martí". It emerges as a priority of the social system related to improving the quality of life of young people. It aims to select actions for the empowerment of motivation towards sports-recreational activities in the young people of the 15th constituency of the "La Risueña" Community. The diagnosis made allowed to specify the insufficient variety of sports-recreational activities that are carried out in the community. The work brings actions aimed at improving the quality of life of these young people by promoting the leading participation of them with a different dynamic to the traditional forms that are promoted in their environment. For the development of research, the theoretical and empirical methods were used which allowed us to analyze and synthesize the main ideas that underpin this research.
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