Technology of individual healthcare for students by athletic gym

  • A. Sobolenko
  • Yu. Martynov
  • N. Koryukaev
Keywords: students, athletic gymnastics, athleticism, physical qualities, physical fitness.


The study highlights the health impact of athletic gymnastics on improving health. The state of general physical fitness of the students engaged in athletic gymnastics is analyzed. According to numerous studies, a broad contingent of student youth indicate a low level of development of their physical qualities, including strength training. It is established that training in athletic gymnastics contribute to the manifestation of maximum force of man, develops active muscle mass, increases efficiency, strengthens health, improves the state of physical development.

Physical education of student youth is a long-term pedagogical process using a set of physical training tools in physical education classes. At present, the effectiveness of pedagogical influence on the development of physical abilities of students in the conditions of physical training in the traditional way of their content is being questioned, the necessity of widespread use of non-traditional means of physical education, active involvement of students in section physical education training, complex improvement of physical education is pointed out. based on the interests and individual characteristics of students.

By selecting the appropriate method of implementation athletic, you can achieve this effect, when in some cases, increased muscle mass, while others - is reduced, it becomes more relief. This is due to the fact that class athletic gymnastics affect the biochemical changes in muscle, reduce fat and increase the protein component component. From that muscles become more flexible and more efficient. Body shape is improved, become beautiful shape. Ultimately, all this leads to optimization of the physical condition of the person. It improves health, increases the creative activity of the various systems of the body carried on the best level of quality rivlenonapravleno affect not only the development of power, but all other key physical qualities of man, which naturally improves the physical development and physical fitness man.


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How to Cite
Sobolenko A., Martynov Y., & Koryukaev N. (2020). Technology of individual healthcare for students by athletic gym. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 15. Scientific and Pedagogical Problems of Physical Culture (physical Culture and Sports), (2(122), 151-154.