Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Using Pilates program for excessive college student females extra bodily training
Dr. Phung Xuan Dung, Dr. Nguyen Quoc Tram , Dr. Nguyen Van Hoa , and Tran Trung Du
This study aims to update the "Pilates" curriculum for female students between the ages of 17 and 19 and experimentally test it in terms of fitness, other features, and body function points. Materials and procedures The research was carried out using a pedagogical test that was administered at the University of Vietnam (VNU) during the 2019–2020 academic year. 30 female students between the ages of 17 and 19 are the study's subjects. As the author develops the program «Culture Physical and Medical Systems» Pilates for Girls, 17–19 years old, it is held additional sessions of "Pilates" instruction in the afternoon in addition to the required school hours for physical training, duration, two sessions per week for 60 minutes. This program is designed for one hundred and forty-four hours of instruction, including 12 hours of theory and ninety-six hours of practical work. Instruction in self-study lasts for 48 hours (once a week for 1 hour). Female students are performing fundamental "Pilates" movements on mats in other sessions.
Pilates Physical Education, Physical health, Functional indicators, Female students, Physical fitness technologies
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