Description of how the specialization influences the dynamics of the functional and motor abilities among the third to fifth year male students

Keywords: student, functional, motor, power

Abstract

Purpose : To analyze the effect of specialization (football, basketball, athletic gymnastics) on the dynamics of functional and motor abilities of students of 3-5 years. Material : In pedagogical study involved 171 students. Recorded the following parameters: heart rate, running 100 meters, long jump from their seats, pull-up bar. Results : The analysis of the results of the index Rufe samples Stange, Genchi, Romberg. The dynamics of the development of functional status and motor abilities of students. The degree of influence of different breakout sessions focus on the development of functional and motor abilities in men. Conclusions : There is a significant improvement targets cardiovascular, respiratory, strength, agility, coordination, speed and power abilities in the process used specializations.

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2014-02-28
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Chernenko SA. Description of how the specialization influences the dynamics of the functional and motor abilities among the third to fifth year male students. Physical education of students. 2014;18(1):50-5. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.903694
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