Sport training is a complex phenomenon characterized by a great number of elements which act on one another. Beside developing psychomotoric abilities, increasing sport knowledge and skills, it consists of elements of education and upbringing. Therefore this is not only an instructional process, but also a didactical one. the didactical and instructional reasons should mutually overlap and create a coherent system. Very often, however, only instructional objectives (among which competition results) are taken into account. the educational goals of such training are often neglected and sport training is regarded only as work.
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