The Development of Balance in School children using the Exercise Classic��?s | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


The Development of Balance in School children using the Exercise Classic��?s

Author(s):Georgiy Georgievich Polevoy

The purpose of the study: To study the impact of the exercise «Classic’s» on the general coordination abilities of school children and their ability to balance. Method: The main method of studying the issue is a pedagogical experiment. In the course of the study exercise, «Classics» supplemented the standard program of physical education. Second-graders from the regular school took part in the study. Result: The change performance of the general coordinating abilities of junior school children and their ability to balance. Children in CG, the improvements were not significant, but in the EG the indices improved significantly in both the control tests. Conclusion: Insufficient motor and coordination activity of younger school children is a problem. New ideas should complement the existing physical education program at school. If  perform the exercise «Classic’s» in the classroom for physical culture at school, it will improve the performance of not only coordination abilities, but also the ability to balance the school children 8-9 years, increase interest in physical education lessons at school.

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