Adaptation of foreign female students to physical activity based on the dexterity development

Keywords: dexterity, foreign students, physical qualities, adaptation, physical education, individualization, rating

Abstract

Purpose : to analyze the influence of physical qualities of foreign female students on their adaptation to physical activity. It is suggested to apply an individually-differentiated training program for this purpose. Material and methods : the comparative analysis of foreign female students from Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kazakhstan (n = 60) - an experimental group and females from Russian regions (n = 119) - a control group. It was applied the standards of the All-Russian sports complex "Ready for Labour and Defence" by levels (bronze, silver and gold badges) to determine the physical development level. It was applied the system of intragroup rating, which includes monitoring of students' activity at each practical class of physical education. Mathematical and statistical data processing was performed applying Chi-square (c2) at p<0.001, p<0.01 and p<0.05. Results : the speed and flexibility qualities are not sufficiently developed in students from Near Abroad. Comparative monitoring statistically proved the positive impact of the experiment on the implementation of the author's individually-differentiated program. The study significantly revealed that foreign female students statistically improved performance indicators of individual physical development. Female students adapted to the implementation of the educational process of physical education in the multicultural environment of the university. Conclusions : the application of the coordination qualities development program allowed to statistically prove its more significant effect in comparison with the program of speed qualities improving. The students' dexterity development program could be applied in the process of adaptation to the physical activity at the university.

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Author Biographies

R.S. Nagovitsyn, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute
gto18@mail.ru; Pervomaiskaya Street, 25, Glazov, 427620, Russia
A.Yu. Osipov, Siberian Federal University
ale44132272@yandex.ru; 79 Svobodny pr., Krasnoyarsk, 660041, Russia
I.M. Manurov, Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy
kafiedraf@mail.ru; Studencheskaya Street, 11, Izhevsk, 426069, Russia
R.A. Zhuikov, Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy
kafiedra@gmail.com; Studencheskaya Street, 11, Izhevsk, 426069, Russia
N.B. Vershinina, Izhevsk State Agricultural Academy
natafit@yandex.ru; Studencheskaya Street, 11, Izhevsk, 426069, Russia

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Published
2019-04-20
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Nagovitsyn R, Osipov A, Manurov I, Zhuikov R, Vershinina N. Adaptation of foreign female students to physical activity based on the dexterity development. Physical education of students. 2019;23(2):70-4. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2019.0203
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