Studies of musculoskeletal system of parachutists during development and physical exercise sets performance
The paper presents the results of fundamental and clinical studies of the musculoskeletal system of parachutists, and in the light of the data obtained, recommendations for improving their physical capabilities are detailed. The paper deals with the correct recovery after physical activity as a prerequisite for the health and maximum performance of the parachutist. Principles and tools for the study of the musculoskeletal system. The study of the functional state of myofascial meridians was carried out using the method of myofasciography. This technique helps to objectify the assessment of the functional state of the musculoskeletal system of parachutists and to correct it. The study of the functional state of myofascial meridians of parachutists was carried out under the influence of certain loads in the process of mastering and performing parachute jumps on specialized equipment of the airborne forces complex, which made it possible to identify "weak links" in the state of individual parts of the musculoskeletal system and introduce additional exercises into the training process, eliminating these imbalances. This helps find the right balance between training and competition loads and the recovery component needed to maximize the parachutist's performance. Thus, studies have been carried out on various measures to restore the musculoskeletal system, leading to the introduction of new techniques such as kinesiotherapy as an integral part of the parachutist's training program to achieve this balance.
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