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Kudyashev N.K., Kudyasheva A.N., Martynova V.A., Romanenko N.I. Physical fitness indicators for primary school children with impaired posture

Physical fitness indicators for primary school children with impaired posture
Nail Khasanovich Kudyashev, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, The Kazan (Volga) Federal University, Naberezhnye Chelny branch; Albina Nailyevna Kudyasheva, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Victoria Alexandrovna Martynova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Nataliya Ivanovna Romanenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Kuban State University of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Krasnodar

Annotation
Posture is one of the main indicators of the human health and attention has to be paid to it since birth. In the early stages of musculoskeletal system development, posture disorders are easiest to correct and prevent, because, with age, the ossification phase ends and posture is more difficult to correct. Posture affects not only health, but also physical fitness. The child becomes less active and gets tired faster. Depending on the type of violation of posture, some sports become inaccessible to the child. It was the idea that formed the basis for writing this article.
Keywords: physical fitness, primary school children, posture disorders.
 
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Article arrived in edition 14.11.2019
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