Physical Education, Sport, Kinesitherapy (Physiotherapy) Research Journal
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Archive - Volume 1, Issue No.3, Published: December 2016 - Next edition - March 2017
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Art. No.16. Study opportunities for development of resistance steady using gymnastic exercise in 6-7 years olds

Mila Doncheva
South-West University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA

Faculty of Public Health, Health Care and Sports, Sports Department

Keywords: equilibrium resistance, gymnastic exercises, preschool children, physical education

Received on 15 October, 2016.

Accepted on 01 November, 2016.
Published on 30 December, 2016.
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Abstract
According to literature equilibrium stability is determined by the body's ability to retain a vertical position at rest, walking and jogging.
Equilibrium stability is of great importance in gymnastics and must develop from infancy. Balance is defined as one of the important abilities affecting physical activity in young gymnasts.
Under equilibrium is meant the ability to maintain a steady state of the body in a certain position at a reduced footprint. Equilibrium is a constant and necessary component of the movement. Insufficiently developed function of balance (equilibrium resistance) affect the accuracy of movement, pace and rhythm. Steady exercise contribute to the development of coordination of movements, dexterity, education of courage, determination and confidence. These exercises enhance the ability to balance the body by shifting the center of gravity. Maintaining balance in performing various movements is a vital skill.
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