Planning of Health Training for Persons Threatened by the Effects of Movement Deficit | Chapter 01 | New Insights into Disease and Pathogen Research Vol. 3

Background: Physical activity is the cheapest way the prevention of diseases of civilization, the increase of the utilitarian physical fitness and the improvement of well-being of adults. The participation of people in health training (HT) should be a priority of social policy today, because it contributes to minimizing the cost of the incapacity of the employee to work. In addition, better physical condition of working age group can revive the labor market.

Aim: The objective of this study is to model of design a HT in accordance with modified principles and criteria of sports training design. The presented HT project is aimed at strengthening of the postural muscles and the improvement of mobility of the musculoskeletal system.

Materials: The materials research concerns the literature on the methodology of exercises from different physical activity areas.

Methods: This is a conceptual work. Systems designing were used in line with the concept of Gerard Nadler and adopted by Łasiński to the training planning area.

Results: The result of this work is a comprehensive development of an annual plan HT (macrocycle) for people with passive and active musculoskeletal system dysfunctions.

Conclusions: The health training is a system that requires planning and control.

Incomplete execution of the planned HT may improve the well-being of participants, may reduce absenteeism at work as well as enhance their activity on a labor market and in social life, even if they fail to achieve the training objective.

Author(s) Details

Małgorzata Kałwa, PhD
Department of Sport Didactics, University School of Physical Education in Wrocław, Paderewski st. 35, 51-612 Wrocław, Poland.

Tadeusz Stefaniak
Department of Sport Didactics, University School of Physical Education in Wrocław, Paderewski st. 35, 51-612 Wrocław, Poland.

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