Effectiveness of yoga-aerobic means’ application in physical education of primary school pupils

Keywords: first form pupils, technology, asanas, stretching

Abstract

Purpose: to determine influence of health related technology on physical condition level of primary school pupils. Material: in the research two groups of first form pupils participated: control group (n=28) and experimental group (n=26). Level of children’s physical fitness was determined with the help of isolated motor tests. At home pupils fulfilled independently and with parents the learned at classes exercises for prophylaxis of posture disorders and for stretching. During fulfillment home tasks or other work in sitting position children were involved by parents in practicing of the worked out by us physical exercises’ breaks. Results: we observed rising of pupils’ physical fitness level: flexibility, ability to keep static balance, power endurance of back and abdomen muscles. To the highest extent yoga aerobic means influenced on flexibility and static balance indicators. Conclusions: when choosing physical exercises for short break in work we considered content of pupils’ learning functioning at definite lesson. All complexes of exercises are to be fulfilled reading texts of the worked out by us verses. It facilitates pupils to better memorize sequence of exercises’ fulfillment and gives emotional coloring to physical exercises.

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2016-02-28
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Mykhno L, Loza T. Effectiveness of yoga-aerobic means’ application in physical education of primary school pupils. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2016;20(1):35-0. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2016.0105
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