Morphofunctional characteristics as criteria for sports selection in aerobics
The features of morphofunctional characteristics and their influence on sports selection in aerobics are analyzed in the article. Practical experience shows that the rapid training of athletes who specialize in aerobics depends on a certain type of physique. Therefore, today, there is a set of pedagogical and medical-biological criteria that determine the rapid training of athletes engaged in aerobics. In the course of numerous researches in the field of physical education and sports the morphological and functional indicators characterizing the fast-trained athletes specializing in aerobics have been revealed.
The peculiarities of the human constitution attract the attention of researchers in studying the factors of success of activity in sports of higher achievements. Among the large number of constitutional indicators, the morphofunctional features of the athlete's body are of the greatest interest. They affect the manifestation of strength, flexibility, speed, endurance, performance and adaptation of the organism to different environmental conditions, the speed of recovery after physical and mental stress. Practical experience shows that the rapid training of athletes who specialize in aerobics depends on a certain type of physique. Therefore, today, there is a set of pedagogical and medical-biological criteria that determine the rapid training of athletes engaged in aerobics.
At our time, the good is the sound of the health of people with social and economic development, science and technology progress and their access. On an economically and socially disadvantaged march, the flow of information, lower activity, and the greater loss of psychological and emotional strength are greater, which is more burdensome and weaker health.
Pedagogical criteria for sports selection allow you to divide athletes who specialize in aerobics into fast and slow training, with significant differences in morphological performance.
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