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Chechetkina I.S., Petrov A.A., Solnyshkina Yu.O., Mitusova Yu.V. Estimation of effectiveness of aerobics classes with female students of a special medical group

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p555-558
Estimation of effectiveness of aerobics classes with female students of a special medical group
Irina Stanislavovna Chechetkina, the senior teacher, Aleksey Alexandrovich Petrov, the senior teacher, Yuliya Olegovna Solnyshkina, the senior teacher, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Yuliya Vladimirovna Mitusova, the senior teacher, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow

The article presents the results of the effectiveness of the use of aerobics in the process of physical education with students of a special medical group. The study involved 52 first-year students assigned to a special medical group for health reasons. By the method of free choice, they were divided into control (KG) and experimental (EG) groups of 26 people. It was found that the average values of physical fitness indicators during the study increased in both groups. The average values of indicators in EG girls increased more significantly. EG students have significantly better results in three of the four indicators. During the study, the students of both groups improved their psycho-emotional state. Indicators of psychological health in KG and EG improved in health by 3% and 15%, in activity – by 4% and 12%, in mood – by 6% and 17%, respectively.
Keywords: aerobics equipment, female students ' health, physical education, special medical group.

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