Influence of outdoor games on functional condition of the respiratory system at girls of the younger school age

Оlena Potapova, Mykola Malikov


Purpose: to study influence of outdoor games on functional condition of the respiratory system of girls of the younger school age in the groups of 6–8 and 9–10 years old.

Material & Methods: the problem of functional condition of external breath at girls of the younger school age (in the age groups of 6–8 and 9–10 years old), who were divided into the control group (CG) in number of 32persons (CS No. 58) and the experimental (EG) in number of 29 persons (OTEC No. 109) of Zaporozhe, is considered.

Results: it is defined that the studied girls of both groups at the beginning of the research had mainly below average and average levels of functional condition of the system of external breath.

Conclusions: the effective impact of outdoor games on functional condition of the whole organism in general and on the system of external breath, in particular, at girls of the experimental group in comparison with the studied girls of the same age of the control group is proved experimentally. Application of the large number of various outdoor games allowed diversifying the program of training at physical education classes emotionally and physically, than promoted the activation of functions of the whole organism of girls of the younger school age.


respiratory system; outdoor games; younger pupils; girls

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