The present study tries to investigate the relationship between physical fitness and psychological fitness of male and female student athletes and non athletes of Allameh Tabatabae`i University in Tehran. To do so, here, descriptive and correlation research methods as well as field study were taken into account. Our statistical population were 100 students at Allameh Tabatabae`i University that were selected randomly. Fitness tests included modified sit-up, modified pull-up, vertical jump, 4.9 shuttle run, 45 and 800 m run and (SASI Psych) was used to test mental preparation. This test consisted of six labels as motivation, focus, self-esteem, control levels of psychological (stress), mental imaging and goal selection. In addition, each label, in turn, encompassed 10 questions. Descriptive statistics was used to describe the status of subjects and their mental preparation scores and the Pearson correlation test was used as part of the inferential statistics.
Key words: Physical fitness, mental preparation, physical activity, mental health, mental skills.
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