Estudio de la actividad motora del niño en la escuela utilizando dispositivos portátiles individuales - rastreadores de actividad física

  • Aleksandr E. Stradze Moscow City University
  • Valentina N. Pushkina Moscow City University
  • Elena Yu. Fedorova Moscow City University
  • Irina N. Gernet Moscow City University
  • Andrei E. Sizov Moscow City University
  • Aleksandr V. Emelianov Moscow City University
Palabras clave: rastreador de actividad física, actividad física, zona aeróbica, zona anaeróbica, consumo máximo de oxígeno.

Resumen

Presentaron los resultados del estudio de indicadores cualitativos y cuantitativos sobre la actividad motora de escolares de ambos sexos, obtenidos mediante el uso de dispositivos portátiles individuales: rastreadores de estado físico. Se encontró que el 8.2% de los estudiantes, independientemente de su sexo y edad, se caracterizan por valores bajos de este indicador; El 3,4% demuestra valores altos del indicador en relación con la norma de higiene.

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Publicado
2019-09-30
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Aleksandr E. Stradze, Valentina N. Pushkina, Elena Yu. Fedorova, Irina N. Gernet, Andrei E. Sizov, & Aleksandr V. Emelianov. (2019). Estudio de la actividad motora del niño en la escuela utilizando dispositivos portátiles individuales - rastreadores de actividad física. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 1156-1161. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/753