2017 | 1(65) | 37-50
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Sports-oriented physical training of female students of economic profile
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The article presents the research results of physical exercises motivation in female students of economics; the analysis of physical health indicators and the baseline level of professionally important psychophysical qualities is conducted. Our research made it possible to determine popular types of motor activity in female students. Thus, the girls need to be engaged in organized sports games, including volleyball, which was chosen by 30.5 % of survey respondents, and different types of fitness chosen by 27.1 % of respondents. The research results have shown that the physical health level of the vast majority of female students of economics is lower than an average one. The obtained test results have supplemented the findings of other researchers about unsatisfactory level of physical fitness among students. The test results of psychophysical qualities of female students of economics show that the level of their attention, mental processes speed, mental performance and memory operations corresponds to the level lower the average one, so that we can state of the low efficiency of the current physical and vocational training of students of economics in the higher educational establishment, it needs to be improved. Taking into consideration the data of ascertaining experiment, we assume that the improvement of psychophysicalqualities of female students of economics is completely possible by introducing new technologies based on profession-oriented physical education program. We have developed and scientifically substantiated sports-oriented technology based on prevalence of volleyball practicing; the conceptual basis of this technology lies in the wide use of means and methods of physical culture and sports training, competitive activities, formation of positive motivation for regular physical training and sport exercises using various types of classes
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