Innovative system of exercises for development of cadets’ coordination abilities
Keywords:Health, Coordination, Balance, Cadets, Physical training, Sports
The development of coordination abilities of cadets is the most complex and important task of the entire system of mass sports activities in the theory and practice of physical culture. Currently, mass sports and recreational activities are becoming not only one of the key areas of formation and development of coordination abilities in the independent work of each cadet, public cadet self-government, but also an effective power of persuasion in the need to improve the physical training of both cadets and teachers for professional activities. The new millennium raises innovative challenges to all generations. This includes improving the quality of life, strengthening health, leading an active lifestyle, and preserving peace on earth. One of the pressing tasks of the future development of the social state is to improve the quality of life, improve the health of the nation and the demographic situation. Currently, there are acute issues of public health, especially among young people. Demographic problems are no less urgent, than migrants from abroad seeking to settle on the territory of the most developed countries. Thus, demographic issues are still to be solved, while physical training and sports should work towards improving the health of young people. The authors of this article have tried to investigate the features of dynamic increase of physical motor activity of cadets in recent decades. This study helped to receive such results of motor behaviour of cadets, which for many years predetermined a genuine interest in active physical training and sports. Cadets showed a particular interest after their independent model of self-development during training at the military institute. A crucial role in changing this situation is played by the activation of cadet independence and creative approach to the development of coordination abilities and physical qualities during study at the institute, to increase the motor activity of cadets, the desire for a healthy lifestyle, systematic physical culture and sports. This is due to the greater independence in matters of self-development and training for future professional activities.
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