Keywords: female body, mature age, shaping program, ovarian menstrual cycle, morphofunctional state, physical fitness Abstract Purpose: theoretical justification, development, and approbation of individual differentiated training design of health-promoting shaping with mature age women. It was determined the initial level of their morphofunctional state and physical fitness it was considered phases of an individual ovarian menstrual cycle. It was revealed criteria of the individual differentiated approach to the design of health-promoting shaping training it was considered biorhythms of the female body. It was realized the nine-months macrocycle of health-promoting shaping training. The macrocycle consisted of three stages. Two programs - power and aerobic orientation are developed for training at the main stage of a macrocycle.
The individual differentiated training design of health-promoting shaping with mature age women
Mature Women's Centre closure 'an assault on women's health': staff member - Winnipeg Free Press
Photograph: Rex Features Broadcasters have been accused of negatively stereotyping young people and failing to put enough older women on screen, according to a BBC-commissioned report. Younger viewers complained that they were stereotyped as being "disrespectful" and living "unproductive and vacuous lives". Older viewers also thought they tended to be stereotyped on television, but of more concern was the lack of middle-aged and older women on the small screen. The negative portrayal of older people revolved around the perceived incapacity of old people and "perceptions about a reluctance to move with the times and tendency to moan", said the report. Viewers accused the media of being "insulting" and "out of step" with the ageing society. It said the audience would "welcome more middle- and older-aged women on television providing positive role models and greater gender equality". It followed O'Reilly's high-profile tribunal victory in January last year.