A Comparative Study of the Old Physical Training and Modern Physical Education to Determine the Status of Physical Activity as an Integral Part of the Modern Education Program Page: 37
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tit d. Dr. iroslav trrs (185-884) ostablihbd the system to promote
hamonioaus evelopment of both i and bothdy; that is, phsio.l fit as e,
moral courage, andunae, oosimplicit, rel ability puntality, health,
strength, and btaty for atios defllas and tividual bettm t .O
The Sokols m the tSrs system which comprisesa cerises which are axe-*
eutSd without ay apparatus, with apparatus, individual exercises suh as
boxing sad Lfetaig, and mass dill with or without wanus. These seit
cities are atheodlaly arr sged said poratondl The Osoha oos d that
the efforts to aster the e plietA movements ad their ea biatiaon
strengthen the humaa cbaretsr.51
Today physical e oduation is highly developed in Oseeheelevkla. It
is systmtically developed is both hm anda school. Almost every Csoh-
oslor is a amber of som gaayastio osganisation. The is amnA physical
activity a teahiug of physical education and sports in the schools with
a novmet at the preset tim to make physical edmnation compulsory for
all tsm the ages of six to twetyteur. All takea rs of physseal eda-
tions nst be a g raa t t the ts versty at they are appointed ad
placed by the Minister of PAblio Health ad Phystal eatica. the
school program is composed of dancine, sports, gams, gymnast e"xersim
es, hniking, ad instrmrtion in clean living and high ieale of health.
They value these aStitities for the promotion of health, gre o an*a
strength as a mesas of keeping yoa g people physically and morally fit.
o. a. Thmct, "The Mueatoni Work of agoslar ackols,' School
and Sootit, Xx1zzz (19S), tVm . ------
Lwis W. Reiss, " physical dLmtion ti OCseohoslovskla," Journal
of Health ai steal Mae!ion III (Oct. 198), d13I.
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Bryson, Lida Kate. A Comparative Study of the Old Physical Training and Modern Physical Education to Determine the Status of Physical Activity as an Integral Part of the Modern Education Program, thesis, August 1937; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29862/m1/41/: accessed June 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .