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Barabash O.A., Gudkov Yu.E., Mazitova N.V., Munirova E.A., Pankrashin D.A. Features of recreational activities with the use of healthy running means of running club participants of the first mature age

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p41-46
Features of recreational activities with the use of healthy running means of running club participants of the first mature age
Olga Alekseevna Barabash, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Yuri Eduardovich Gudkov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Natalia Vadimovna Mazitova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Ekaterina Andreevna Munirova, the senior teacher, Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service; Denis Aleksandrovich Pankrashin, the master student of the Far Eastern Federal University, Russian Island, Ajax

The article proposes the pedagogical rationale for the developed route complexes for the mature age participants in running clubs, which include the individualization of the load components of running considering the terrain features; implementation of animation programs by using video and photo filming to enhance motivation and emotional background of classes; the use of digital gadgets and devices for self-control and self-reflection. The article also shows the features of the content filling of recreational jogging influence on the physical and psychoemotional recovery of trainees; for this, the results of Martinet's functional test are given; test for the level of development of general endurance, psychoemotional testing of Kiselev Yu.Ya. given the relevance of the rationale and challenges and objectives of the study.
Keywords: physical recreation, jogging, jogging clubs, practicing of the first mature age.

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