Strategy, Rights and Industry: The Institutional Guarantee of the Realization of Fitness of All

Fei LIU

Abstract


Fitness for all is a basic strategy determined by the Party and the government. It is also a basic right established by the Constitution and the law. It is related to the results of the national health and the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. The realization of rights and strategies requires institutional guarantees from governance, organization, and personnel. The realization of the national fitness should promote the coordinated management of the government, society, market, etc., foster sports organizations to lead the masses to participate in fitness, ensure the supply of sports facilities through new construction, opening up, and revitalize resources, improve the participation of the masses, and guarantee of the rights of the people and the full implementation of the national fitness.

Keywords


Fitness of all; National health; Co-governance of the society; Sports facilities; Sports organizations

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11333

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