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Kulekin I.V., Magomadov R.A. Dynamics of physical development and functional condition of systems of the organism of cadet- navigators of the I-IV courses

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.06.124.p106-110
Dynamics of physical development and functional condition of systems of the organism of cadet- navigators of the I-IV courses
Igor Valerievich Kulekin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Ruslan Abasovich Magomadov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Admiral Ushakov Maritime State University, Novorossiysk

Research study of navigators’ professional activities during sailing practice has allowed finding out the negative influence of the environment on somatic health, psychological and functional state of human body systems. It may be applied to the cadets who have six-month period of shipboard training. The results of four years research allow stating that on the third year of studies a noticeable slowdown in the dynamics of the professionally important indicators development of physical growth, physical health and functional state of cadets takes place. To improve the effectiveness of the professional physical and functional training of the navigators to long period of shipboard practice it requires to introduce the special training both in selecting the appropriate means and in training to the basic techniques of the individual application of the physical exercises and sports activities on the ship during the sailing practice.
Keywords: physical development, functional state, navigation department cadets.
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Article arrived in edition 02.06.2015.