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Volume 97, 2021International Conference “Technological Educational Vision” (TEDUVIS 2020)
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|Published online||08 February 2021|
Improving effectiveness of scoliotic posture prevention and correction in primary school children
1 Health Protection and Physical Culture Chair, Institute of Education and Social Studies, Pskov State University, Pskov, Russia
2 Theory and Methodology of Gymnastics Chair, Velikiye Luki State Academy of Physical Education and Sports, Velikiye Luki, Russia
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For several decades the problem of prevention and correction of posture disorders in primary school children has not lost its relevance. Statistics show that 68-94 % of primary school students have posture disorders. A special place in the classification of posture disorders is occupied by a scoliotic posture. Such a statement indicates that health improving physical education does not fully solve the tasks assigned to it. Analysis of literature sources allowed us to establish two main reasons for the low effectiveness of prevention and correction of scoliotic posture in primary school children. The first reason relates to the low effectiveness of early diagnosis scoliotic posture, and the second reason is low overage of the aspects of the problem, revealing the model of periodization of fitness training with the children in the theory and practice of physical culture. The results of previous studies have allowed us to suggest ways to improve the effectiveness of prevention and correction of scoliotic posture in primary school children, namely: to expand the range of traditional methods of early diagnosis of scoliotic posture through motor and postural diagnostics; to use a nonlinear model of periodization of physical activity to create optimal conditions for leveling muscle imbalance and the formation of rational motor automatisms and patterns in the context of health training.
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