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Tyutyukov V.G., Khomyagina A.P., Gorbachev A.K., Neburakovsky A.A., Borodin P.V. Studying the component body composition of students and not in sport

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p502-505
Studying the component body composition of students and not in sport
Vyacheslav Grigoryevich Tyutyukov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Anna Pavlovna Khomyagina, the master student, Alexander Konstantinovich Gorbachev, the master student, Alexander Aleksandrovich Neburakovsky, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Far East State Academy of Physical Culture, Khabarovsk; Peter Vladimirovich Borodin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior teacher, The Far East State Medical Eastern Federal University, Khabarovsk

The authors of the article turned to the problem of studying the morphological component of physical development as one of the most important characteristics of the health indicator. Modern youth is showing increased attention to the "architecture" of their bodies, which is largely determined by the state of the mass. However, body weight forms a different component composition, including mainly fat, muscle and bone components. The purpose of the study was to identify the values of these components in representatives of modern student youth studying at a medical university in Khabarovsk. The choice of this category of the surveyed contingent also determines the novelty. The analyzed indicators were determined by the methods of the obtained data of anthropometry, kaliperometry, dynamometry and by means of standard special calculation procedures.
Keywords: body weight, component composition, anthropometry, kaliperometry, body and hand strength, student athletes.

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