The Significance of Different Home Physical Exercises for College Students in Reducing Injuries and Preventing Diseases:Taking College Students from Physical Education Colleges in Jiangsu and Zhejiang as Examples

Yongzhi Li, Xiuting Lin, Qing Wang, Lijia Zhao, Le Guo, Lixin Yu


Different exercise intensities have completely different training effects on the human body.If the exercise intensity is too large or too small,the ideal exercise effect cannot be achieved,and it may even cause harm to the body.Therefore,how to determine the intensity,duration,and method of exercise is very important to college students of physical education.This article
uses questionnaires to investigate the physical indicators of students during exercise,aiming to explore what kind of exercise intensity,exercise frequency and exercise,The effect of duration on physical function is more scientific and reasonable,so as to provide reference and guidance for the future physical training methods and training methods of college students.


Intensity; Exercise prescription; Physical fitness

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i5.2100


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