The Influences of Calisthenics Training on College Students' Coordination and Balance Ability
Wang Ying;Cao Guoyi;Han Shuaihong;Shanxi Medical University;
Purpose: Observing the effect of calisthenics exercises on college students' physical coordination and balance ability. To provides experimental basis for aerobics exercise of college students. Methods: 60 students were divided into 2 groups, the experimental group participated in calisthenics exercise, exercise regularly three times a week, 60 minutes each time, the rest of the students as the control group, not participate in calisthenics exercise. They were measured in two groups of students in calisthenics exercises for a period of time after the motor coordination and balance ability, vital capacity, heart rate. The study analyzed the results of the statistics and the differences between the two groups. Results: Test group got improvement than the control group in vital capacity index. Motion stabilizer and bimanual coordination test results compared with the control group were improved. Whatever after calisthenics exercises or not, standing fall index condition decreased, resting standing fall index changes inconspicuously. Conclusion: calisthenics exercises can effectively improve the body coordination and balance ability.