Swimming lessons in improving the health of students

Keywords: swimming, health, student, rehabilitation

Abstract

Purpose . Analysis of studies in recent years on the problems of swimming among the students in the context of improving their level of health. Material and methods . Sources of information were scientific journals, which are research problems of physical education students. Results . When developing the skill of breathing in an unfamiliar environment for initial training is recommended to swim up to 40 % of the time take classes breathing exercises. Recommended early tiered swimming program for all children to help them overcome their fear of water, improve the efficiency of training in the pool and swimming performance. This will increase the percentage of adults who can swim. The need to create an enabling environment for the employment of students with mild to severe disabilities. For this program are encouraged to adapt swimming. Conclusions . Comprehensive solution to the problems of organizing and conducting classes in swimming with students will improve the quality of life and basic indicators of health. Swimming lessons are shown at different deviations in health for students of special medical groups.

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2013-12-28
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Cieślicka M. Swimming lessons in improving the health of students. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2013;17(12):101-4. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.880636
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