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Laktionova E.G., Fedyakina L.K., Tumasyan J.A., Mukminova G.R. Body composition dynamics and motor activity of the female-students within the elective disciplines in physical education

Body composition dynamics and motor activity of the female-students within the elective disciplines in physical education
Elvira Gennadievna Laktionova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Lydia Konstantinovna Fedyakina, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Julia Alexandrovna Tumasyan, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Guzel Ravilievna Mukminova, the lecturer,
Sochi State University, Sochi

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This article describes the features of the educational load within elective disciplines in physical education and sports that have an impact on the female students’ motor activity (four hours a week and two hours a week of compulsory physical education). The peculiarities of the various influence of regulated physical training on the female students’ body composition have been revealed. The article shows that the use of bioelectrical impedance analysis of female students’ body composition (TANITA BC 601) is one of the reliable and informative control factors which lets us optimize the distribution of amount of the educational load during studying at the university and students’ motor activity during the physical education and sports lessons.
Keywords: physical education of students, bioelectrical impedance analysis, body composition, motor activity, amount of educational load.
 
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Article arrived in edition 06.03.2018
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