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S.O.S.
Aspiring young
sportsman
Grandmother
The word on the street…What is so
good about sport?
Q u ic k T im e ™ a n d a
dec om pr es s or
a r e n e e d e d t o s e e t h is p ic t u r e .
PE Teacher
Mother of two young
children
Junior soccer coach
What puts people off sport?
• Perception - feeling like they are not skilled
enough/fit enough
• Expense - unable to afford uniform, club fees,
entry to venue, gear, trips etc
• Not valued in family/community - no
encouragement or support to be involved
• Bad prior experience - shapes future
involvement
BENEFITS OF SPORTS
PARTICIPATION
Significance to SOCIETY
SOME OTHER INFLUENCES
ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
AND SPORT IN SOCIETY
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SPARC guidelines
Otago multidisciplinary study findings
Green Prescription
Political agendas - John Key speech
PERSONAL VIEW
Significance to ME
From participating in the orienteering
sessions I know that organised sport
benefits me in the following ways:
 Mentally eg challenge
 Physically eg health benefits
 Satisfaction/reward/pride
 Socially eg influence of friends
SPORTS AFTERNOON - THE
OTHER SIDES TO THE
STORY
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(The not so good bits)
Cost - equipment, grounds, uniform
Positive experience for all? Are all included?
Are all motivated to participate?
Organisation - personnel, staffing
Time away from academic study
Is it enough to achieve fitness and health
goals?
CRITICAL DISCUSSION &
FINAL ARGUMENTS
What is the ideal?
Young people who
 value exercise and are fit and active
 can be committed to something
 respect each other and to follow the rules
 can have fun in a constructive way
 are positive about lifelong physical activity
What an amazing society that would be!
What is the cost of not doing it?
SOURCES
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SPARC Active Young People http/www.sparc.org.nz/en-nz/youngpeople/Ages_13-18_Years
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SPARC: Activity Guidelines http/www.sparc.org.nz/en-nz/youngpeople/Activity Guidelines-5-18-Years/
Sport Development. Info Best Practice review of Sport and Physical Activity
Interventions in Young People aged 13 to 18 (2006)
http://www.johnkey.co.nz/archives/414-SPEECH-Sport-for-young-Kiwis-aNational-priority.html
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