ISSN 2409-7616

Gerchak Y.M., Zholob S.S., Kolesnikov V.Yu.



UDC 37.015

Gerchak Y.M.1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Zholob S.S.1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Kolesnikov V.Yu.2 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) – E-mail: 

1Novosibirsk higher military command school

2Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University

Abstract. The article focuses on the importance of physical training for maintaining and strengthening the health of cadets of military educational institutions, it is noted that a healthy lifestyle is predetermined by the peculiarity of professional training of future military specialists. It should be borne in mind that the main task of graduates of military universities is the ability to perform their official duties with high quality, and this task is closely related to a high level of mental state and good physical development of future military specialists. The authors believe that the preservation and strengthening of the health of cadets during the period of study at a military university is possible only under the condition of a purposeful and systematic formation of the value of health in the system of social and spiritual values ​​of society, by creating a socio-cultural motivation for cadets to be healthy, ensuring legal, economic, as well as organizational and pedagogical conditions for their healthy lifestyle. The primary task of the command of a military university, its teaching staff (PP) and the head of the medical service is to create conditions for the formation of a health-forming environment for the military collective, which contributes to the development of motivation to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The creation of a health-preserving environment for a military university for the preservation and strengthening of the health of all participants in the educational process is today a priority task of the military universities of the Russian Federation.

Keywords: healthy lifestyle, health, cadets, military educational institutions, physical activity, motivation.


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For citation:

Gerchak Y.M., Zholob S.S., Kolesnikov V.Yu. Formation of the cadets’ readiness for healthy lifestyle in the process of learning at a military university. CITISE, 2021, no. 1, pp.436-446. DOI: