Determination of the functional state of the body using non-traditional research methods when performing the static exercise: "Prone press ups, static top position" (Cobra)

O.V. Musiyenko, L.V. Mykhats, S.N. Budynkevych

Abstract


The aim of the work was to determine the electrical activity of the skin when performing a static exercise "Prone press ups, static top position (Cobra) ".

Material and methods. Investigation of the effect of the selected static exercise was performed using the method of determining the electrical conductivity of representative points of the human body. Ten female students of 18-20 years who perfectly mastered the technique of performing the exercise were surveyed. The measurements were performed during, after and after 6 minutes.

Results. Significant changes in indicators of electrical activity in representative points of the human body were revealed. Selected static exercise has a significant impact on the functional state of the person: according to Chinese folk medicine, stimulates the body points corresponding to the acupuncture meridians according to the classification of Chinese medicine cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune systems, colon and submucosa, mucosa spleen, small intestine.

Conclusions. During the study of the effect of static exercise, it was found that the increase of electrical activity of the human body points, which, according to the literature, are responsible for the functions of the respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune systems, the large intestine. This exercise also causes a decrease in electrical activity at representative points of the liver, stomach, and inhibits the activity of the small intestine, spleen, and pancreas. It is possible to propose the use of methods for determining the activity of human body points for the study of the influence of static exercises on the human body, along with other generally accepted scientific methods.


Keywords


physical education; static exercise; internal organs

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.34142/HSR.2020.06.01.05

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