Analysis of the functional state of students in the process of healthy training exercises in different phases of the ovarian-menstrual cycle

Keywords: physical education, functional state, health training sessions, students

Abstract

Aim: to substantiate the application of a rational program of health-training sessions in the educational process of physical education of students in different phases of the ovarian-menstrual cycle. Material: in study participated students (n=127), who did not have deviations in health (the main medical group). According to the results of the tests were determined: heart rate; blood pressure; vital capacity of the lungs. To determine physical performance was used Harvard step-test. Physical exercises from the main means of health fitness were used differentially and dosed. Results: It was established that the consideration in the phases of the ovarian-menstrual cycle of indicators of the functional state, changes in well-being and working capacity give an opportunity: planning loads in the training process; adjustment of volume and intensity of loads. We recommend to schedule the load of our program as follows: in the menstrual phase - the development of flexibility (moderate load); in the postmenstrual phase - development of coordination, overall endurance; in ovulatory - speed development; in postovulatory - development of special endurance; in premenstrual - the development of strength, flexibility. In the postmenstrual and postovulatory phase, a high level of physical working capacity, functional state of the cardiopulmonary system has been registered. It also has a positive effect on body weight correction in the women students. Conclusions: When developing programs of health training sessions with women students it is necessary to take into account the phases of the ovarian-menstrual cycle.

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Author Biographies

N.V. Petrenko, Sumy State University
ul. Rimsky-Korsakov, 2, Sumi, 40001, Ukraine
O.P. Petrenko, Sumy State University
ul. Rimsky-Korsakov, 2, Sumi, 40001, Ukraine
V.B. Romanova, Sumy State University
ul. Rimsky-Korsakov, 2, Sumi, 40001, Ukraine
V.V. Ostapenko, Sumy State University
ul. Rimsky-Korsakov, 2, Sumi, 40001, Ukraine

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2017-11-05
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Petrenko N, Petrenko O, Romanova V, Ostapenko V. Analysis of the functional state of students in the process of healthy training exercises in different phases of the ovarian-menstrual cycle. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2017;21(6):285-90. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2017.0605
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