Orientation and Content of Lesson of Physical Education for Junior Schoolchildren with Obesity



A.A. Potseluev
Moscow state pedagogical university, Moscow

Key words: childhood obesity, lesson, physical culture, physical education, primary schoolchildren, physical education, physical fitness, physical education curriculum, body mass index, speed, flexibility, strength, physical qualities.
Obesity is the result of the progressive increase in the amount of adipose tissue caused by a set of genetic and environmental factors, which are fixed at the genetic level.
The importance of the global obesity problem is indicated by the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) has established a special obesity committee. According to the data, obesity is so common today that affects health of the population more than traditional health issues, in particular, hunger and infectious diseases".
As the popularity of the pathology conjugated with obesity increases in the world, it becomes apparent that obesity can be considered as a separate disease and as a complication at other diseases.
Given the polyetiology of development, obesity most frequently becomes a subject of study in medicine. That is why it is no coincidence the bulk of scientific publications on the treatment and correction of obesity belongs to physicians. And a complex of mainly three areas: pharmacology, dietetics and remedial gymnastics, is used for overweight management, especially in alimentary obesity.
Corrective actions regarding the orientation and content of the physical education lesson for primary schoolchildren with obesity has enabled to reduce body mass index and obtain the positive growth dynamics of the tested physical qualities within a short time (10 weeks), i.e. to improve physical fitness of primary schoolchildren


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