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    STUDIA EDUCATIO ARTIS GYMNASTICAE - Issue no. 2 / 2014  
         
  Article:   THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXERCICES AND SELF-ESTEEM.

Authors:  EMILIA FLORINA GROSU.
 
       
         
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Background. A growing number of studies show the effects of exercise and self-esteem, which prompted us to study changes related to self-esteem, as a result of sports and weight loss. Objectives. This paper aims to highlight the relationship between exercise and self-esteem. The basic issue is the definition and description of these two concepts, analyzing the relationship between them. Methods. In designing this study we used the study of the bibliographical material (documentation), the observation method (measuring weight), the test method (test Rosenberg - 1965), graphics and the statistical method (data processing). Measurements and Rosenberg test were applied to two samples (control and experiment) of 30 students; we have registered the initial results and after six months, during which the sample experiment was performed exercise in the form of aerobic gymnastics, regularly and organized. The results obtained were processed using SPSS and implemented in graphics. Results. By practicing regular physical exercise we reach energy consumption, which leads to lower fat and thus the weight loss and increased self-esteem. The analysis of the results confirms the interdependence of exercise and self-esteem. Conclusions. Exercise has a positive effect on self-esteem. As an individual, if you lose weight you look better - physically, you feel better -emotionally, you reach to fit better in social terms, resulting in a change in self-image, it increases more and more.

Keywords: exercise, self-esteem.

 
         
     
         
         
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