Physical education, sport and health culture in modern society <p>ISSN 2410-2156 (Online), ISSN 2220-7481 (Print)</p> <p><strong>State registration certificate</strong> КВ № 24649-14589 ПР of 14.12.2020.</p> <p>The scientific Journal «Physical Education, Sport and Health Culture in Modern Society» is a scientific specialized edition of Ukraine, which is included to the list of scientific professional publications of Ukraine – <strong>C</strong><strong>ategory «B»</strong> (<a href="">Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine No. 1643 since 28.12.2019</a>).</p> <p>The results of the Phd and Doctoral thesis in the field of «<strong>Pedagogical </strong><strong>S</strong><strong>ciences</strong>» (on Specialties: 011 Education sciences, 014 Secondary Education (Physical Culture) (13.00.02; 13.00.04) and «<strong>Physical Education and Sport</strong>» (on Specialty 017 Physical Culture and Sport (24.00.01; 24.00.02; 24.00.03) are published in the Scientific Journal.</p> <p><strong>Year of establishment</strong>&nbsp;: 1999</p> <p><strong>I</strong><strong>nstituto</strong><strong>r: </strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University</a></p> <p><strong>Areas and issues:</strong> is an international periodical that covers a wide range of issues in the domains of mass sport, physical rehabilitation and sports of higher achievements. The journal includes the articles that give the history of physical education development in Ukraine and all over the world; philosophical, legal and organizational problems in physical culture; peculiarities of physical education of different groups of population; problems of professional training of physical education teachers; pedagogic technologies of physical exercises; means of working capacity renewal; peculiarities of athletes training and adapting human organism to physical activity.</p> <p><strong>Periodicity: </strong>quarterly.</p> <p><strong>Language editions</strong>: Ukrainian, Russian, English.</p> <p><strong>The journal was introduced on&nbsp;1 January 2016</strong> <strong>an electronic version in English.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>This journal is indexed and listed in</strong> <strong><a href="">ERIH PLUS</a></strong>;&nbsp;<a href=",p2492,3.html"><strong>Index Copernicus International</strong></a>;&nbsp;<strong><a href="">Open Ukrainian Citation Index (OUCI)</a></strong>; <a href="">&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>Polska Bibliografia Naukowa</strong></a>; <a href=";I21DBN=JRN&amp;P21DBN=JRN&amp;S21FMT=fullw&amp;S21ALL=%28%3C%2E%3ETJ%3D%D0%A4%D1%96%D0%B7%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%BD%D0%B5%20%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%85%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%BD%D1%8F%2C%20%D1%81%D0%BF%D0%BE%D1%80%D1%82%20%D1%96%20%D0%BA%D1%83%D0%BB%D1%8C%D1%82%D1%83%D1%80%D0%B0%20%D0%B7%D0%B4%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B2%27%D1%8F%20%D1%83%20%D1%81%D1%83%D1%87%D0%B0%D1%81%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D1%83%20%D1%81%D1%83%D1%81%D0%BF%D1%96%D0%BB%D1%8C%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D1%96%24%3C%2E%3E%29&amp;FT_REQUEST=&amp;FT_PREFIX=&amp;Z21ID=&amp;S21STN=1&amp;S21REF=10&amp;S21CNR=20"><strong>Scientific Ukrainika</strong></a>; and <strong><a href="">Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory</a></strong>;&nbsp;and</p> <p><strong>in repositories and search engines</strong>: <strong><a href="">DOAJ</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong><strong><a href="">OpenAIRE</a>,&nbsp;<a href=";refid=dclink">BASE</a>, <a href=";referer=brief_results" target="_blank" rel="noopener">WorldCat</a>,&nbsp;&nbsp;<a href=";user=JGap1gIAAAAJ&amp;view_op=list_works&amp;gmla=AJsN-F4M-a6Z7d0QkSkTEZVGmJaPevylYR0z3dnmDDcn8hsDXq6XJmwl-WbajzxOBfQNQan5auO0ZvfbxkWdnqR9UM1Mu2JQmIpEbl6AiLTvicIF37zRA_Dz2zlf-di5I-qBExFguazZ_llsuGnHADe7GQjbPIOiDQhi8AzGYv_rUI4Oe_MntlsgUr46NEupz0GWpM862O3R-QTpGzmUoz5kxFuKm-mN5w">Google scholar</a>,&nbsp;<a href="">International Committee of Medical Journal Editors</a>,<a href=";issn=22207481&amp;uid=r16d2e">&nbsp;Research Bible</a>,&nbsp;<a href="">Information Matrix for the Analysis of Journals</a></strong><strong>,</strong> <strong><a href=";I21DBN=UJRN&amp;P21DBN=UJRN&amp;S21STN=1&amp;S21REF=10&amp;S21FMT=juu_all&amp;C21COM=S&amp;S21CNR=20&amp;S21P01=0&amp;S21P02=0&amp;S21P03=PREF=&amp;S21COLORTERMS=0&amp;S21STR=Fvs">Ukrainian scientific periodicals</a>.</strong></p> <p><strong>Editor-in-Chief: </strong><a href="/index.php/sport/about/editorialTeam">Anatolii Tsos</a>, Doctor of Science in Physical Education and Sports, Professor, Rector in Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University.</p> <p><strong>Executive editor: </strong><a href="/index.php/sport/about/editorialTeam">Svetlana Indyka</a>, PhD in physical education and sport.</p> <p><strong>Editorial address:</strong> 30/118 Vynnychenka Street, Building B, Lutsk, 43005</p> <p>&nbsp;Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University</p> <p><strong>Tel</strong><strong>.:</strong>+38(0332)242178; (066)4830600</p> <p><strong>E-mail:</strong>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University en-US Physical education, sport and health culture in modern society 2220-7481 Civilizational and Historical Aspects of Modern Karate <p><strong><em>Topicality. </em></strong>Nowadays there are many options for combat systems, styles, schools and organizations, which are associated with karate, but there is no systematization and classification of them, which would become the basis for the development of unified programs of non-formal education for modern types of karate. <strong><em>Purpose and Research Methods. </em></strong>The aim of the study is the systematization of modern styles of karate on the basis of a deeper and more comprehensive definition of the initial essence of each modern karate style using a civilizational-historical approach, which includes:&nbsp;study of the influence of civilizational, historical and social factors as backbone for various types of karate; comparison of historical types of karate from the point of view of their attribution to various educational sectors of the EurEthICS ETSIA Training Academy. The theory of local civilizations in relation to the authors` classification of combat systems, proposed earlier, has been used in the research paper. <strong><em>Results of the Research</em>. </strong>Сontemporary karate was considered three different paradigms: Bujutsu, as a set of military skills; Budo, as the Japanese paramilitary education system; Sports karate, as a combat sport, as well as in five historical styles: Bujutsu, Ryu, Budo, General and Sports Karate. The fundamental differences between them are determined as the basis for the creation of particular educational programs. <strong><em>Conclusions</em></strong><em>. </em>The proposed systematics can be the basis of universal training programs for experts in each karate style, as well as validation of the results of non-formal vocational education in the relevant educational sectors of the EurEthICS ETSIA.</p> Anatolii Lozovyi Volodymyr Serhіienko ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 10 18 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-10-18 Essential Characteristics and Relationship Between «Motor Activity» and «Physical Activity» Concepts <p><strong><em>Topicality</em></strong>. Numerous scientific studies have proved the significant contribution of physical activity to the human healthy lifestyle. Today, limited physical activity is one of the factors of Ukrainian citizens` health crisis. <strong><em>The Purpose of the Research </em></strong>is to determine the essence of motor activity and physical activity concepts, to justify the relationship between them. <strong><em>Methods of the Research</em>. </strong>The study used the methods of theoretical analysis and generalization of electronic database information. <strong><em>Results of the Research. </em></strong>There are different approaches to the motor activity and physical activity concepts interpretation and levels of their identification. A common current definition of motor activity is as any movement of the human body that is due to the skeletal muscles activity and is accompanied by additional energy expenditure. Specially organized motor (physical) activity is a type of motor activity within the implementation of training programs and is aimed at obtaining a new level of physical skills and abilities. Physical activity is defined as physical exercise in various PE forms. Some scientists identify physical and motor activity in the education field. The opinion in a reasonable interpretation of the analyzed human motor activity concept by M. Dutchak has been used in the research paper and is determined as «a conscious movement of the body and / or its parts in space and time, which is due to skeletal muscles, which requires additional energy expenditure and aimed at achieving a certain aim». <strong><em>Key Findings</em></strong>. Сurrently, there are various approaches to the motor activity and physical activity concepts interpretation. Their actualization proved the expediency of using the motor activity concept, while the physical activity concept – for the type of activity designation, which is based on physical exercises in various forms of physical education. Thus, human motor activity is a broader concept than the concept of physical activity.</p> Svitlana Іndykа Natalia Bielikova ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 3 9 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-03-09 Aspects Which Influence Competitiveness of Physical Culture and Sport Organization <p>The current life requires the well-coordinated work and skills to respond the changes in various fields of life. Especially those that influence the maintenance of a healthy human life. <strong><em>The Purpose of the Study </em></strong>is to analyze the competitiveness of sports organization on the base of relevant indicators study in order to manage the sports enterprise competitiveness level. <strong><em>Research Organization</em>. </strong>The study was performed since October 1, 2019 to July 1, 2020, in the physical culture and sports organization – Sports Club Sportexpert. The analysis of the services competitiveness was carried out through the example of the sports enterprise – Sports Club Sportexpert. SWOT analysis has been widely used in the process of <a href=";action=edit&amp;redlink=1">strategic planning,</a> which divides factors and phenomena into four categories: strengths and weaknesses of the <a href="">project;</a> opportunities that open up during its implementation and threats associated with its implementation. <strong><em>Results of the Research. </em></strong>The obtained results are aimed at assessing the competitiveness level of the Sports Club Sportexpert. They necessitated the development of certain measures for influence specific competitive indicators. Therefore, it was proposed to expand the discount system – to include discounts for certain age groups, as well as formed discounts on the purchase of sports nutrition, while paying an <a href=";l1=1&amp;l2=2">annual pass. </a>Also, it was suggested to hold a number of activities with a purpose of the sports club promotion. It is proposed to update partially the training equipment in order to influence its quality. <strong><em>Conclusion</em></strong><em>. </em>The competitiveness level of any enterprise is an important factor influencing the efficiency and success of its activities.</p> Liudmyla Shuba Victoria Shuba Victor Shuba ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 19 23 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-19-23 Correction Program of Schoolchildren Physical State by Means of Sports Tourism <p><strong>Correction Program of Schoolchildren Physical State by Means of Sports Tourism. <em>Topicality</em>. </strong>The state of schoolchildren`s health in Ukraine is a reflection of the heavy socio-economic and political situation against the background of a high level schoolchildren`s morbidity, low level of their physical activity and motivation for regular PE classes. The attention of leading PE specialists is focused on modern forms of physical activity, the search for innovative means of PE, the transformation of approaches to PE classes’ organization. In the large range of health- improving motor activity sports, health-improving tourism occupies a special place, first of all, as complex means of various individual developments, formation of spiritual and moral values, physical perfection, socialization and professional self-determination. <strong><em>Purpose and Methods of the Research</em>. </strong>The purpose of the study is to develop the correction program of schoolchildren physical state by means of sports tourism. Methods such as analysis and generalization of data of scientific and methodological literature and information sources of the Internet are used; study and systematization of programs of tourist clubs of the Center of National Patriotic Education of Tourism; the analysis of the components of the variable Module for Tourism at secondary school. <strong><em>Results of the Research</em>. </strong>In tourism, as in other sports, the main means of training include general training exercises, special training and competitive exercises. The correction program of schoolchildren physical state contains information-theoretical and practical modules which components are tourism technique: rope work, knot knitting, guidance and passing of technical stages, trainings over obstacles, safety measures; orientation technique: azimuth movement, line movement, movement in a specific direction, distance determination; physical training: general and special, control and self-control at each stage of its implementation. <strong><em>Key Findings</em>. </strong>The correction program of schoolchildren physical state by means of sports tourism will help to improve their physical state, increase their level of physical readiness, form a healthy lifestyle, interest in physical culture and sports, as well as adapt to current living conditions.</p> Olena Demianchuk Olena Tomashchuk Liudmyla Vashchuk Iryna Yerko Mariia Fesyk Daniel Bakota ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 24 29 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-24-29 Efficiency of Crossfit Exercises on The Level of Physical Fitness of Algerian High School Students <p>The aim of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a CrossFit exercises over a period of 8 weeks in a group of high school students during their physical education sessions at the school and to mitigate the deficits in fitness caused by COVID-19 prevention measures. <strong><em>Stuff and Research Methods</em>. </strong>94 students aged 16–17 years were randomly allocated into an included 46 students (2<sup>nd</sup> level: 12 male and 11 female students; 3<sup>rd</sup> level: 12 male and 11 female students) and 1 control group included 48 students (2<sup>nd</sup> level: 13 male 11 female students; 3<sup>rd</sup> level: 13 male and 12 female students of experimental group (EG) that performed the 8 weeks CrossFit. During the study, students in the control group (CG) were based only on the general physical education and sports program for high school students in secondary school. Physical fitness tests were done: lifting straight legs in height (number times); running on the spot with an intensity of 70 % of the maximum to severe fatigue (c); shuttle run 4× m (with); 60 m run (s) and cross twine (cm). <strong><em>Results of the Research</em>. </strong>Our conducted research shows the positive influence of the CrossFit. There are a considering changes, development of the maximum dynamic force endurance, speed abilities, flexibility and mobility in the hip joints of the main groups, In the age aspect, there is mainly the improvement in results with age, both in the main and control groups (p&gt;0,05). <strong><em>Conclusions. </em></strong>The study achieved a significant improvement in the physical condition of the students, also allows to talk about the effectiveness of training, built on the basis of a motivated choice of the target CrossFit high school program.</p> Hamzaoui Hakim Mime Mokhtar Benchehida Abdelkader Cherara Lalia ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 30 36 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-30-36 Comprehensive Approach to Physical Therapy of Persons with Vertebro- genic Thoracolgia <p><strong><em>Topicality. </em></strong>Vertebrogenic thoracolgia is a pathology that affects 25,4 adults out of 100 interviewees and is characterized by backache, limitations of functions in the cervical and thoracic spine and decrease the quality of life. The issue of physical therapy has been taken up by many domestic and foreign researches. There are no a comprehensive approach and modern tools that can significantly improve recovery and diminish recidivism in their programs. <strong><em>The Aim of the Research </em></strong>is to develop a comprehensive physical therapy program for persons with vertebrogenic thoracаlgia and assess its effectiveness. <strong><em>Research Stuff and Methods</em></strong>. Study was conducted at the Spine Clinic of Verteborology and Neuroorthopedics since April to October 2021. The research involved 10 people diagnosed with vertigo-resistant thoracalgia by a neurologist. Age of respondents 41+ 3,2(x<u>+</u>S). <strong><em>Research Methods. </em></strong>Methods of scientific and methodological literature analysis, synthesis and generalization methods, questionnaire, survey, palpation, visual analog scale of pain (VAS), manual-muscle testing, assessment of the Shoulder Pain and Disability Index, the International Quality of Life Assessment, the MOS SF-36 health survey questionnaire have been used. <strong><em>Results of the Research</em></strong>. The scientific and methodological literature on physical therapy for persons with vertebrogenic thoracаlgia was analysed. There is no modern approach in their programs` construction. A comprehensive Program in Physical Therapy for persons with vertebrogenic thoracalgia in the subacute period was created, which was launched for 30 days and included three motor modes: gentle, gentle-training and training. Methods and means of physical therapy were: kinesiotherapy, therapeutic massage, preformed physical factors, myofascial release, the Mulligan concept, kinesiotype, MSB – a multifunctional simulator of S. Bubnovsky and the TRX System. As a result of the program, the pain rates for the rest, active movement and palpation improved significantly in the main group (MG) compared to the control group (CG).</p> Oksana Hlyniana Daryna Danko ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 37 42 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-37-42 Criteria of Physical Activity Adequacy by Blood Indices <p><strong><em>Topicality</em>. </strong>It is known that physical activity (PhA) has a positive effect on the body only if they are adequate in volume and intensity to the functional capabilities of the body.&nbsp;Finding criteria by which one could dose PhA in sports, physical education and rehabilitation and monitor their size and effectiveness is currently a challenging issue. <strong><em>The Purpose of the Research </em></strong>is to find out the criteria for the adequacy of PhA by blood indices for the model with extreme PhA. <strong><em>Methods of the Research. </em></strong>The reaction of athletes of high qualification (HQ) and low qualification (LQ) in the conditions of extreme physical activity was studied to determine the markers of blood, according to which athletes HQ and LQ differ. Changes in hemogram parameters, platelet count and the ratio of leukocyte populations by the value of the adaptation index and leukocyte intoxication index were analyzed. Statistical processing of results was carried out, correlations were revealed. <strong><em>Results of the Research</em>. </strong>It was found that changes in leukocyte parameters (increase in the number of leukocytes, lymphocytes and neutrophils, including the number of band neutrophils), as well as the value of adaptation index and leukocyte intoxication index may be an indicator of adequacy of adaptive-compensatory responses. However, based on factor analysis, it was determined that the most accurate markers of the adequacy of the body's response to the effects of extreme loads were the following hemogram parameters: hemoglobin (Hb), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), leukocytes and segmental neutrophils and leukocyte intoxication index (LII).</p> Zoriana Korytko Liudmyla Rusyn Halyna Chornenka Vasyl Zakhidnyi Eduard Kulitka Vasyl Matviiv ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 43 51 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-43-51 swimming <p><strong><em>Topicality. </em></strong>Under current conditions of high-performance sports, the identification of the most gifted, promising athletes is of particular importance, whereas record achievements are typical for athletes who have the most optimal indicators characterized this sport. <strong><em>Purpose of the Research </em></strong>is to study relationship of morphofunctional indicators and motor capabilities with the age characteristics of female athletes aged 11–13 years, specializing in swimming. <strong><em>Research organization. </em></strong>A total of 81 young female athletes aged 11–13 years, specializing in swimming, took part in the study. <strong><em>Research methods. </em></strong>The comprehensive examination included anthropometric measurements, analysis of the body composition, biological age, analysis of the competitive activity results. <strong><em>Research results. </em></strong>The majority (55,6 %) of the surveyed were assigned to the average level of morphological condition, 27,2 % were above average, and only 2,4 % were high. Among the female participants of the competition, young swimmers with lower than average (13,6 %) and even low (1,2 %) levels of morphological status were identified. The body length indicators of 11-year-old female athletes averaged 152,12 cm, 12-year-olds – 154,38 cm, 13-year-olds – 157,87 cm and also were symmetrical. Body length indicators have a significant impact on the performance of 11-year-old girls`100-metre backstroke, and at the age of 12 the influence of morphological features is less pronounced. This pattern continues to be traced at the age of 13. <strong><em>Conclusions. </em></strong>With age, there is mainly an unreliable, uneven increase in morphological indicators; heterochronous changes in the analyzed indicators are noted.</p> Vladimir Davidov Anna Korolievich Dmitrii Prihodich ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 52 58 10.29038/10.29038/2220-7481-2021-04-52-58 Information about the II International Scientific and Practical Internet Conference "Fitness, nutrition and active longevity" <p>Information about the II International Scientific and Practical Internet Conference "Fitness, nutrition and active longevity"</p> Svitlana Іndykа ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 59 60 Information for authors <p>Information for authors</p> Svitlana Іndykа ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2021-12-31 2021-12-31 4(56) 61 64