Principles of developing a well-rounded program of physical rehabilitation for female students in the special medical group with consideration of physical activity impairment
AbstractPurpose : to highlight the main provisions of a comprehensive physical rehabilitation program for students of special medical group based on violations of the motor capacity. Material : testing 24 students of special medical group and the same number of their healthy peers on standardized tests of physical qualities. To reflect the movement disorders applied functional movement screen. Results : a program of rehabilitation of the students included: lifestyle modification; morning hygienic gymnastics; kinesitherapy (using yoga fitness, functional training); aerobic exercise (swimming, Nordic Walking, jogging, aerobics wellness); massage. First presented a unified approach to working with students of special medical groups - selection based on load capacity motor disorders according to the results of tests of functional movement screen. The complexity of the impact of the program involves the impact on the physical, social and mental health components. Conclusions : the author's program of physical rehabilitation of students of special medical group is complex.
View Counter: Abstract | 438 | times, Article PDF |
Beliak Iu.I., Oprishko N.M. Funkcional'ne trenuvannia zasib pidvishchennia rukhovoi pidgotovlenosti liudini [Functional training means of improving human motor readiness]. Slobozhans'kij naukovo-sportivnij visnik. 2009, vol.3, pp. 58–61. (in Ukrainian)
Beliak Iu., Majstruk A., Zinchenko N. Kharakteristika suchasnikh program ozdorovchogo fitnesu [Characteristics of modern health fitness programs]. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports, 2006, vol.4, pp. 14–16. (in Ukrainian)
Blavt O., C'ovkh L. Plavannia iak zasib reabilitacii studentiv, iaki zajmaiut'sia u special'nikh medichnikh grupakh (v umovakh vuzu) [Swimming as a means of rehabilitation students engaged in special medical groups (in terms of university)]. Sportivna nauka Ukraini, 2009, vol.2, pp. pp. 42-53. (in Ukrainian)
Bojchuk T.V., Golod N.R., Levandovs'kij O.S. Rezul'tati vstanovlennia rukhovoi diiezdatnosti studentok special'noi medichnoi grupi za testovimi vpravami ekranu funkcional'nogo rukhu [Results propulsion installation capacity of students of special medical group for testing functional movement screen exercises]. Visnik Chernigivs'kogo nacional'nogo pedagogichnogo universitetu imeni T. G. Shevchenka, 2012, vol.102(1), pp. S. 86-90. (in Ukrainian)
Vilmor Dzh.Kh., Kostill D.L. Fiziologiia sportu [Physiology of sport]. Kiev, Olympic Literature, 2003, 655 p. (in Ukrainian)
Golod N. Dinamika parametriv fizichnogo rozvitku i fizichnoi pidgotovlenosti studentok special'noi medichnoi grupi pid vplivom reabilitacijnoi programi [Dynamics of parameters of physical development and physical fitness of students of special medical group under the influence of rehabilitation program]. Moloda sportivna nauka Ukraini, 2015, vol.19(3), pp. 45 - 52. (in Ukrainian)
Golod N.R. Rezul'tativnist' testovikh vprav ekranu funkcional'nogo rukhu iak pokaznik efektivnosti reabilitacijnoi programi dlia studentok special'noi medichnoi grupi [The performance test exercises functional movement screen as an indicator of the effectiveness of rehabilitation programs for students of special medical group]. Naukovo-pedagogichni problemi fizichnoi kul'turi, 2015, vol.4(29), pp. 17-23. (in Ukrainian)
Gorbas' I. M. Profilaktika khronichnikh neinfekcijnikh zakhvoriuvan' – real'nij shliakh polipshennia demografichnoi situacii v Ukraini [Prevention of chronic non-communicable diseases - the real way to improve the demographic situation in Ukraine]. Ukrains'kij kardiologichnij zhurnal, 2009, vil.3, pp. 6–11. (in Ukrainian)
Lisickaia T. S. Principy ozdorovitel'noj trenirovki [Principles of recreational exercise]. Teoriia i praktika fizicheskoj kul'tury, 2002, vol.8, pp. 6–14. (in Russian)
Paffenbarger R., Ol'sen E. Zdorovyj obraz zhizni [Healthy lifestyle], Kiev, Olympic Literature, 2003, 320 p. (in Russian)
Smirnova I.P. Principi zdorovogo kharchuvannia [The principles of healthy eating], Kiev, Institute of Cardiology AMS Ukraine, 2001, 30 p. (in Ukrainian)
Smirnova I.P., Kvasha O.O. Modifikaciia sposobu zhittia – golovnij princip profilaktiki khronichnikh neinfekcijnikh zakhvoriuvan' [Modification of lifestyle - the main principle of prevention of chronic non-communicable diseases]. Likuvannia ta diagnostika [Treatment and Diagnosis], 2001, vol.4, pp. 20-23. (in Ukrainian)
Magl'ovanij A.V. Fizichne vikhovannia [Physical Education], Kiev, 2009, 30 p. (in Ukrainian)
Shul'ga L.M. Ozdorovche plavannia [The wellness swimming], Kiev, Olympic Literature, 2008, 232 p. (in Ukrainian)
Edvard T., Khouli B., Frenks Don. Ozdorovitel'nyj fitness [The wellness fitness]. Kiev, Olympic Literature, 2000, pp. 132–134. (in Russian)
A strategy to prevent chronic disease in Europe. A focus on public health action. The CINDI vision. WHO, 2004. 41 p.
Dietrich E. Physiological aspects of yoga.Leipzig: Georg Thime, 1986, 156 р.
Di Stefano L.J., Clark M.A., Padua D.A. Evidence supporting balance training in healthy individuals: a systemic review. Journal of Strength Conditioning Research, 2009, 23(9), pp. 2718-2731.
Emerson D. Hopper E. Overcoming Trauma through Yoga: Reclaiming Your Body Paperback. North Atlantic Books, 2011, 184 p.
Farrington J.L., Stachenko S. Country capacity for noncommunicable disease prevention and control in the WHO European Region. Preliminary report Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2010, 100 p.
Levington S. The importance of cholesterol, blood pressure and smoking for coronary heart disease. European Heart Journal, 2003, vol.24, pp. 1703-1704.
Shechtman N. Group Indoor Cecling. American Council on Exercise. New-York, (ACE), 2000, 66 p.
Wagner P., Riedel I. Aerobic. Ausdauertraining. Karin Krallmann Verlag, 2000, 103 p.
Weiss T. Effect of functional training resistance training on muscular fitness outcomes in young adults. Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness, 2010, vol.2, pp. 113-122.
Copyright Holder - Author(s).
Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms: more