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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Sociologija / Sociology (S005)
Author(s): Godliauskas, Mindaugas
Title: Privalomosios karo tarnybos karių fizinio ugdymo ypatumai
Other Title: MBP “Gelezinis Vilkas” Guard of Honor Company at the time of the service
Extent: 85 p.
Date: 10-Jun-2005
Keywords: MBP “Gelezinis Vilkas” Guard of Honor Company;soldiers;kariai;garbės sargybos kuopa
Abstract: Young men who come to serve in National Defence service every year are physically weaker. Soldier physical training program has to improve their physical qualification necessary for their military-professional activities. Goal of the work. Analyze contents of physical training program of Lithuanian Army MBP “Gelezinis Vilkas” Guard of Honor Company at the time of the service and by means of pedagogical experiment survey its efficiency. 160 mandatory military service soldiers have been surveyed. Physical qualification and physical development were surveyed at the beginning of the service and at the end. It was established that the content of soldier physical training program covering the following sports (track and field athletics, gymnastics, swimming, skiing, combatant self-defence training various motory skills), results of main physical qualities’ improved. At the time of the service soldiers’ results in 100 m. jogging, 3000 m. jogging, bending-stretching hand in lying position, waist bending in seated position improved. Soldiers’ physical development results during time of service did not significantly change. Results of questionnaire survey showed that majority of the soldiers understand the importance of physical training program for their professional military activities and health.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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