The effectiveness of development programming strength in primary school children

  • O.M. Khudolii Kharkov National Pedagogical University
  • A.A. Titarenco Kharkov National Pedagogical University
Keywords: programming, technology, force, loading

Abstract

The problems of optimizing development strength in primary school children. The purpose of the program is to validate the technology development strength abilities in the classroom physical education at school. A program of strength training by taking into account the effects of power loads. Found that the use of the combined method (option I) makes it possible to obtain positive results in force readiness school classes 2-4 through 3-9 sessions. The combined method (option II) significantly affects the dynamics of the forces of the local group of muscles. The use of mobile gaming allows for a higher level of emotional strength to develop the ability of students. The dynamics of power indices (option II) significantly affects operation: dynamic method - 25-45 reps (rest interval between sets 30-60 seconds), the method of maximum effort - 18-30 reps (rest interval between sets 30-60 seconds) method of isometric effort - 15-25 reps (rest interval between sets 30-60 seconds), the method of repeated efforts - 36-60 reps (rest interval between sets 30-60 seconds).

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Published
2013-07-28
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Khudolii O, Titarenco A. The effectiveness of development programming strength in primary school children. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2013;17(7):83-8.
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