The effect of exercise on the body of students at performance of physical exercises.

The effect of exercise on the body of students at performance of physical exercises. The monitoring of their impact on the human body

OBJECTIVES:

To familiarize students with the methodology of determination of the functional state of cardiovascular system (pulsometrija) at rest and after exercise.

To identify indicators of physical development of students

(anthropometry).

To teach self-esteem and self-awareness of physical performance.

To develop speed and power performance.

CHAPEAU – 25min

Build. Greeting. The message topics and lesson objectives. The motto of today’s lesson is “Learn to be healthy”. To distribute individual sheets health.(EELS)

To acquaint students with the method of individual pulse rate (sample 1,2,3). To write data.

Point to the picture “Methods pulse rate”.(Figures are made separately)

The opening on the spot, distance 1-2 step.

Complex OSG:

I. p. O. S. his hands on his belt.1-tilt the head forward;2-the same ago; 3-too right; 4 – the same to the left;5-8 circular rotation of the head to the left (right).

Jerks hands. I. p. – narrow stance, feet together, right hand up, left down.1-4 spring jerks back, from 5-8 I. p. hands in front of chest, 2 pull – out her hands.

Trunk bending. I. p. – narrow stand legs apart, hands on waist.1-tilt to the right; 2-3 –tilt forward touching left and right foot; 4-slope to the left.

Leg swings. I. p. – narrow stand legs apart, arms at sides. 1-skrestny Mach right to left; 2-max right to the right;3-same as 1; 4 – I. p.

Lunges. I. p. O. V. hands on the belt. 1-lunge left leg forward with the turning of the torso and arms to the left; 2-I. p.; the same 3-4 other leg.

The jumps. I. p. – narrow stance, feet together, etc. ahead, hands on the belt. 1-8 jumping, changing the right and left feet in the I. p. 9-16 – from I. p. narrow stand legs apart, hands on waist, jumping feet scresta, legs apart.

Walking in the bypass to the left; having a moderate tempo. Running 2 minutes with squats on the corners volleyball courts. Walking 30 sec in a crouched position, with his back forward, without jobs. Inhale through the nose, exhale through the mouth. The average pace. At a signal stop on the spot. Measurement of heart rate (sample # 4). The entry in EELS.

Rebuilding in double column.

Relay printed balls.

Acceleration to the front line on the opposite side, run round pin, go back, give the ball to the next.

The acceleration up to the middle of the hall, to leave medicine ball, run to the front line on the opposite side, run round pin, back to ramming the ball, take it in hand, to reach its columns, to give the ball to the next.

Question to students: 1. What do you think, why are we running this relay. The answer is: “Develop motor qualities”.

General physical training:

Lifting the legs on the gym wall, 2×10 times

Jumping over the bench 35/40P.

Measurement of heart rate, the entry in EELS.

Take the rope yourself. Jumping on the selected kind (1min 30 sec)

Measurement of heart rate, the entry in EELS.

The main part is 16 minutes

Game: “the BALL to the CAPTAIN”.

The class is divided into two teams, each team forms a circle. Each of the team captains becomes the center of the circle, in the hands of a tennis ball. The captain in turn is sending its players, and those returning the ball to him.

RULES: to start the game at the signal of the teacher; the ball must be hit exactly; if the ball is dropped, it raises the one who dropped it.

MEASUREMENT of heart rate students (sample No. 7), the entry in EELS.

Rest in the supine position on the gymnastic Mat 1min. Own to take a Mat; the rest lying on your back. Hands up; not to hold breath.

MEASUREMENT of heart rate students (sample No. 8), the entry in EELS.

An independent approach to these stations 1-3 “EELS”, measuring 4 min.

Anthropometric measurements:

The station – “STADIOMETER”, measurement of body length (height, cm)

“SCALES”, measurement of body weight (weight,kg)

“TAPE”. Metering circle gr. cells see the tape.

The data is recorded in EELS.

MEASUREMENT of heart rate (sample No. 9), the entry in EELS.

To measure 11,12, 13 samples

The FINAL PART – 4min.

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