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What are the advantages and disadvantages when schools require their students to take physical fitness classes?

It goes without saying that physical exercise plays a vital role in healthy growth and reinforcement. As such, most of the school systems integrate physical fitness into the official curriculum. Having said that, this policy has stirred a worldwide controversy about whether it’s feasible for school to require their students to take physical fitness classes or not. The following essay will take a look at both advantages and disadvantages of this problem.
On the one hand, let us have an overall assessment of the pros. The vast majority support the view that physical training will help students to strike a balance between their study and recreation. There’s a rising concern that they’re under a huge amount of pressure due to stressful classes, daunting tasks from schoolwork. By taking an exercise class, they can release all the worries, tiredness harbored from an incredible school workload. In addition to that, physical education is of paramount importance regarding students’ generic skills. This subject consisted of numerous forms of training, such as taekwondo, boxing, swimming, martial arts…. . , which equips them with essential soft skills in line with knowledge acquisition in case of emergencies. Besides, teachers will supervise, keep a record of student’s health condition and then give them advice on how to improve their health’s problems.
On the other hand, there are some obvious disadvantages that would arise. Firstly, as far as we know, students are under obligation to pick up a fair amount of knowledge of many subjects to get graduated. If we require them to study an extra subject, they will have less time to take good care of themselves as they spend most time investing in their study. Secondly, many students who want to get accepted to prestigious universities can’t make their goals come true because of their bad grades in physical educations. There‘re some justifications for this but they mostly stem from the fact that some students don’t really excel in PE or their health doesn’t allow them to involve in physical activities.
In conclusion, there are plus points to requiring students to take PE classes regarding improving their health and body shape, easing the school’s pressure, directly tracking their health’s condition. However, the downside would emerge consequently in terms of having less time for themselves and acting as a detergent in their accredited university’s goals.
It goes without saying that physical exercise plays a vital role in healthy growth and reinforcement. As such, most of the school systems integrate physical fitness into the official curriculum. Having said that, this policy has stirred a worldwide controversy about whether it’s feasible for school to require their
students
to take physical fitness classes or not. The following essay will take a look at both advantages and disadvantages of this problem.

On the one hand,
let
us have an
overall
assessment of the pros. The vast majority support the view that physical training will
help
students
to strike a balance between their study and recreation. There’s a rising concern that they’re under a huge amount of pressure due to stressful classes, daunting tasks from schoolwork. By taking an exercise class, they can release all the worries, tiredness harbored from an incredible school workload.
In addition
to that, physical education is of paramount importance regarding
students’
generic
skills
. This subject consisted of numerous forms of training, such as taekwondo, boxing, swimming, martial arts….
.
,
which equips them with essential soft
skills
in line with knowledge acquisition in case of emergencies.
Besides
, teachers will supervise,
keep
a record of
student’s
health condition and then give them advice on how to
improve
their health’s problems.

On the other hand
, there are
some
obvious disadvantages that would arise.
Firstly
, as far as we know,
students
are under obligation to pick up a
fair
amount of knowledge of
many
subjects to
get
graduated. If we require them to study an extra subject, they will have less time to take
good
care of themselves as they spend most time investing in their study.
Secondly
,
many
students
who want to
get
accepted
to prestigious universities can’t
make
their goals
come
true
because
of their
bad
grades in physical educations. There‘re
some
justifications for this
but
they
mostly
stem from the fact that
some
students
don’t
really
excel in PE or their health doesn’t
allow
them to involve in physical activities.

In conclusion
, there are plus points to requiring
students
to take PE classes regarding improving their health and body shape, easing the school’s pressure,
directly
tracking their health’s condition.
However
, the downside would emerge
consequently
in terms of having less time for themselves and acting as a detergent in their accredited university’s goals.

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