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Title: Methodic of girl students' professionally significant coordination qualities' perfection at physical education classes
Authors: Kolumbet, A. N.
Keywords: physical education
coordination qualities
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Kolumbet A. N. Methodic of girl students' professionally significant coordination qualities' perfection at physical education classes / A. N. Kolumbet // Physical Education of Students. – 2016. – Vol. 20, No. 4. – P. 35-43.
Source: Physical Education of Students
Abstract: Purpose: implementation of new methodic of professionally significant coordination qualities’ training in higher educational establishments’ girl students at classes of physical education. Material: 204 girl students participated in the research. Results: in perfection of students’ professionally significant coordination qualities it is important to observe certain correlation of exercises in every block of methodic. When planning exercises it is necessary to observe the following correlations: exercises for orientation in space – 32%; exercises for perfection of quickness – 19%; exercises for accuracy of movements and differentiation of muscular efforts – 16%; exercises for balance – 9%. Conclusions: in trainings of professionally significant coordination qualities it is necessary to use different forms of trainings’ organization. In preparatory part it is desirable to apply frontal form; in main part – frontal and differentiated-group form.
DOI: 10.15561/20755279.2016.0404
URI: https://er.knutd.edu.ua/handle/123456789/8428
Faculty: Факультет підприємництва та права
Department: Кафедра фізичного виховання та здоров'я
ISSN: 2308-7250
Appears in Collections:Кафедра фізичного виховання та здоров'я (ФВЗ)
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