Improving the composition of voluntary programs in the category of Women in fitness
Keywords:fitness, bodybuilding, competitions, composition, women, evaluation
Purpose: to reveal the basic directions of perfection of construction of compositions of voluntary programs in the category of Women in fitness.
Material & Methods: judges-experts analyzed the structure and content of voluntary competitive programs of performances of six female athletes'-finalists of the championship of Ukraine on bodybuilding and fitness in 2016.
Results: voluntary programs include elements of structural groups of varying complexity: "acrobatic", "choreographic", "strength" and "flexibility"; female athletes with better indicators in the quantitative analysis of competitive compositions received higher grades for performance; the results of athletes for an arbitrary program are directly proportional to the number of complex elements in the composition.
Conclusions: in an voluntary program in women's fitness for a competitive result affects the saturation of the program, the variety and complexity of the elements.
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