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Antonova I.N., Bochkareva S.I., Vysotskaya T.P., Nosova A.V. Level of physical fitness of students in the framework of regular physical education classes

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.12.p7-11
 
Level of physical fitness of students in the framework of regular physical education classes
Irina Nikolaevna Antonova, the senior teacher, Svetlana Igorevna Bochkareva, the senior teacher, Tatyana Petrovna Vysotskaya, the senior teacher, Alla Viktorovna Nosova, the senior teacher, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow

Abstract
The study focuses on the development of the students 'physical fitness levels, such as "excellent", "good", "satisfactory", "low" level, taking into account the gender characteristics. And to identify the effectiveness of the regular classes in improving the physical fitness of students, along with this, to study the physical qualities that have satisfactory and low values, and to develop fitness tools in the development of the insufficiently formed physical qualities. Practical significance: the study attempts to create the standards for the economics students and to assess the correctness of their quantitative values, as well as to assess whether students are able to meet these standards. The study found that young men have low values in the results of exercises: jumping rope, flexion and extension of the arms in the supine position, lifting the torso from the supine position on the back. Girls have low results in two exercises that characterize coordination, agility (jumping rope) and speed and strength indicators (lifting the trunk).
Keywords: standards of physical fitness, students, physical culture, physical qualities, competitions in general physical training.
 
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Article arrived in edition 17.12.2020
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