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Krivenkov A.A., Kim T.K. Influence of different types of physical exercises on the motor activity of elderly people

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p165-168

Influence of different types of physical exercises on the motor activity of elderly people
Alexey Aleksandrovich Krivenkov, the physical education instructor, RUDN University, Moscow; Tatyana Konstantinovna Kim, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Moscow Pedagogical State University, Moscow

The article presents the results of a study of the motor activity of elderly women engaged in the project "Moscow Longevity". Three homogeneous groups of 10 people were formed for classes in the programs "General Physical Training"," Aerobics "and "Nordic Walking". As a result of the study, it was found that classes in these Programs led to an increase in the indicators of motor activity of elderly women. It was found that the number of steps taken in the course of practicing OFP – 2897.9, aerobics – 3757.9, Nordic walking – 3458.9, which accounted for 43.2%, 52.4% and 50.4% of the daily volume of motor activity of those engaged, respectively.
Keywords: Moscow longevity, physical activity, general physical fitness, Nordic walking, aerobics.
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