Activation vigorous physical activity of men in the summer period by lifestyles
Topicality. Vigorous and moderate physical activity is an important component of the health of young and middle-aged men. Against the backdrop of a total low-life lifestyle, the activation of vigorous physical activity (VPA) for men by accessible and natural lifestyle components that alter the daily energy balance becomes relevant, taking into account seasonality factors. The purpose of the research is to analyze the effectiveness of the method of natural activation of VPA in young and middle-aged men by correcting the energy balance of the body in the summer season. Research methods: at the first part, the physical condition of men, their physical activity and nutrition were examined on the eve of VPA; the IP calculated the ratio of the number of steps taken to the amount of consumed food grams and the relative weight of the consumed products of animal and vegetable origin; the obtained data were compared with the daily indicators. The result was the individual models of the ID alsow the relative weight of the consumed animal and plant products too. At the second part of the experiment, men were purpose to fully following these models. At the end of experimental we compared the physical state results of men with the initial. Results: the basis of experimental models were the differences between the days before the VPA and the usual ones: IP – 44,58 %, total physical activity – 21,31 %, relative weight of animal products – 14,65 %, relative weight of plant products – 10,62 %, The relative weight of all consumed products is 10.04 %. The basis of the model of the lifestyle of men in the forming experiment was the individual IP − Me = 1,66 steps per gram of consumed food during the day, which was observed by men on the eve of VPA. The method of correction of men’s energy balance on the eve of VPA allowed to increase the number of classes per week of VPA, by 45,89 %; the number of VPA steps by 25,08 %; time taken to take 11,41 %. Positive changes were observed in the physical condition of men too. Conclusions: The developed method of natural activation of VPA of men with lifestyle components, based on simulation of daily energy balance of the organism, proved to be effective. Increasing the body’s energy reserves stimulates the desire for VPA classes the following day in the summer period.
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