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Klendar V.A., Gross N.A., Korzhenevsky A.N. Effect of dosed physical activity on the development of functional capabilities among the disabled children with different levels of motor functions (GMFCS) according to the analysis of heart rate variability

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.3.p190-197
 
Effect of dosed physical activity on the development of functional capabilities among the disabled children with different levels of motor functions (GMFCS) according to the analysis of heart rate variability
Vladimir Anatolyevich Klendar, the candidate of medical sciences, Nina Alexandrovna Gross, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Alexander Nikolaevich Korzhenevsky, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Federal Scientific Center of Physical Culture and Sports, Moscow

Abstract
The article evaluates the reactivity of adaptation systems to physical activity in disabled children with different levels of motor functions (GMFCS) according to the indicators of the analysis of heart rate variability. Gender features and differences in the degree of motor disorders were revealed. Children with level I motor functions are characterized by the presence of functional reserves and a well-formed system of long-term adaptation. The presence of II – V levels of motor functions is characterized by a reduced functional reserve, a high degree of stress of adaptation systems, a hyperadaptive reaction, and state of functional breakdown to physical activity.
Keywords: children with cerebral palsy, motor function levels, adaptation to physical activity, heart rate variability.

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Article arrived in edition 09.03.2021
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