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JCR. 2020; 7(6): 729-732


Roman S. Nagovitsyn, Aleksander Y. Osipov, Mikhail D. Kudryavtsev, Galina N. Kazakova, Natal’ya V. Lyulina.

The aim of the study: to develop professional applied physical training for humanitarian students on the basis of individualization of training and to experimentally prove its effectiveness in the implementation of professional training at the university. The study was conducted at the University of the Humanities for 10 months, in which 126 students took part. The participants of the experimental focus group carried out professional applied physical training based on the author's program of individualization of training. The author’s program was implemented based on the characteristics of future professional activities, professionally important physical and mental qualities of students. After the experiment, the number of participants in the experimental group at a high level, compared with the number of participants in the control group, significantly increased (p

Key words: applied physical training, students, physical activity, individualization of training.

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