Development Of Coordination Abilities And Balance Of Primary School Age Children Gulistan State University
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5384-5389
AbstractThe article describes the means of developing balance and coordination abilities in children of primary school age. The necessity of their improvement at this age is shown. Recommendations on the variable use of exercises at this stage of movement training are given. The practice of physical education and sports has a large Arsenal of tools for training coordination abilities. The main means for the education of coordination abilities are physical exercises of increased coordination complexity, containing elements of novelty. The complexity of physical exercises can be increased by changing the spatial, temporal and dynamic parameters, external conditions, changing the order of equipment and inventory, their weight, height, area of supports, increasing its mobility, combining motor skills, combining walking with jumping, running and catching objects, performing exercises on a signal or in a limited time.
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