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VARIABILITY OF TRAINING LOADS OF DIFFERENT INTENSITY IN THE COMPLEX WELLNESS PROGRAMS TO WOMEN OF RETIREMENT AGE

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Applied training load for women of retirement age and their use in complex combined program improving orientation is analyzed. Also, the processes of adaptive changes in the body of women to load standard-rising power depending where considered indicators of physical health, cardiovascular system, and respiratory function is considered. Their changes when exposed to body wellness loads of different directions are revealed. It is found that for the implementation of complex programs combined investigated indicators have improved: PWC - 19.5 %; heart rate after exercise (HR) - 9.0 %; heart rate recovery period - by 5.0 %; threshold of anaerobic metabolism (TAEM) - by 4.0 %. The tables reflect the course of the experiment. The obtained data were processed by methods of mathematical statistics to identify their significant differences in the Student’s t -test. Research of body functions and physical performance have allowed the definition-casting degree of adaptability of the organism studied women of retirement age during the implementation of health program and to identify directions of application Train-loads of gauge health effects. The method of using health program with health variability loads caused positive changes in the adaptive processes in the organism involved and, in general, has had a positive impact on the health and performance of an aging women’s body. These results of the experiment allowed to allocate methodical directions in improving physical training: firstly, the modes of the type “pleasure-effect” when excluded pronounced fatigue; secondly, the modes with higher load, are performed not only in the “open” state, but even in patients with severe fatigue, although unsaturated; thirdly, health regimes, where allowed and even considered necessary to perform physical activity with near-limit and limit the intensity, i. e. was used the full range of load capacity, but depending on the length of training and employment by improving training.

Keywords

improving training; physical activity; indicators of physical health; threshold of anaerobic metabolism (TAEM); heart rate (HR)

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UDC

374.02

Pages

83-88

Received

2014-10-13

Section of issue

Experience of organization of modern education

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