The ways of teaching process optimization in physical education of the students’ special medical group

  • U.A. Bukov Tavricheskiy National University
  • N.G. Georgieva Tavricheskiy National University
Keywords: physical education, special, medical group, innovative

Abstract

Purpose – to identify the effectiveness of the use of innovative approaches in physical education teaching process of special medical group students. The study involved 15 boys aged 13-14 years. The lesson include exercises consisting of the elements of Pilates, yoga and static body-oriented therapy. The proposed program of physical exercises performed by students in the main part of the lesson and took the volume to 80% of the time. Set to increase the functionality of the skeletal muscles, the adaptive capacity of cardio-respiratory system, the health and strength of the nervous system, optimization of anthropometric indices, improved spinal mobility. A high degree of efficiency in the learning process of innovation of general preventive and therapeutic intervention is identified. Proposed to use in the educational process modern methods of prevention and correction

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Published
2013-06-28
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Bukov U, Georgieva N. The ways of teaching process optimization in physical education of the students’ special medical group. Physical education of students. 2013;17(3):22-5. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.662536
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