Lukina Lydmila Borisovna
Tarasenko Iveta Rydolfovna
Trotsenko Nina Nikolaevna
Rezenkova Olga Vladimirovna
Ковалева Кристина Сергеевна

Achieving the appropriate level of physical fitness of students is a consequence of the complex development of physical qualities, abilities, individual components of motor function and improving the functional capabilities of various systems and organs.
It is possible to increase the effectiveness of physical training in the training process not only by increasing the amount of exercises and its intensity, but also by using new tools, such as high-intensity interval training, one of the modern types of fitness.

The purpose: to study the influence of high-intensity training included in the fitness program on the indicators of morphofunctional development and general physical fitness of NCFU students.

Methods and organization of the research: theoretical analysis and generalization of scientific and methodological literature data, assessment of physical development indicators: weight, heart rate, blood pressure, Barbell’s and Genchi’s tests, dynamometry, Harvard step test, level of physical condition (UFS according to E. A. Pirogova) and general physical fitness: push-ups, trunk flexion and extension, standing long-jump.

Results and discussion. The article discusses the results of a study concerning the use of high-intensity fitness training for the development of physical fitness of 2-3 year students. The state of the cardiovascular system of students was considered by the indicators of blood pressure, heart rate. As a result of the use of high-intensity training, the students showed a positive dynamics of the functional indicators of the cardiovascular system. 

Conclusion. With the use of high-intensity training in classes, borrowed from modern types of fitness, for a short period of time students showed an increase in physical fitness and developed a persistent need for the active use of such classes in the everyday life. 

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