• N.A. Samolovov Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk
  • N.V. Samolovova Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk
  • G.I. Semyonova Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg
  • E.A. Bespamyatnykh Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg


health-improving physical education, fitness, digitalization, pandemic, neutral position of the spine, safety.


 Objective of the study was to experimentally prove the effectiveness and safety of using the method of forming a neutral position of the spine in fitness for the abdominal muscles.

 Methods and structure of the study. The experiment was carried out on the basis of the “Ratiborets” fitness club in Yekaterinburg. It was attended by 14 women aged 30 to 38 years. For the experimental group, a training program was developed that included exercises that strengthen the abdominal muscles by stabilizing the spine in a neutral position. The experiment took place in three stages. The first stage was aimed at the development of static stabilization, the second - dynamic stabilization, the third - integrated stabilization.

 Results and conclusions.  The introduction of training in the work of fitness clubs for the development of static and dynamic stabilization with the control of execution technique strengthens the posture, axial muscles, increases the strength and endurance of the abdominal muscles. Moreover, such training is safe for the spine, since the main task of the method of forming the neutral position of the spine is to maintain the physiological (natural) curves of the spine and distribute the load optimally over all joints, thereby protecting them from injury.

Author Biographies

N.A. Samolovov, Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk

PhD, Associate Professor

N.V. Samolovova, Nizhnevartovsk State University, Nizhnevartovsk

PhD, Associate Professor

G.I. Semyonova, Ural Federal University, Yekaterinburg

PhD, Associate Professor


Bespamyatnykh E.A. Abdominalnyye myshtsy i ikh rol v stabilizatsii pozvonochnika v neytralnoy zone [Abdominal muscles and their role in stabilizing the spine in the neutral zone]. Studencheskiy nauchnyy forum [Student Scientific Forum]. Proceedings international student scientific conference. Available at: (date of access: 07.14.2021).

Grigoriev P.A., Semyonova G.I. Funktsionalnaya otsenka dvizheniya kak sredstvo snizheniya travmatizma v fitnese [Functional assessment of movement as a means of reducing injuries in fitness]. Chelovek. Sport. Meditsina. 2020. No. 1. pp. 114-122. Available at:

Semenova G.I., Grigoriev P.A. Vyyavleniye disfunktsiy v organizme i sposoby ikh ustraneniya na osnove funktsionalnogo testirovaniya [Identification of dysfunctions in the body and ways to eliminate them based on functional testing]. Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury. 2021. No. 2. pp. 27-29.

Seminikhin D.I. Fitnes. Gid po zhizni [Fitness. Life guide]. Moscow: Ast publ., 2014. 288 p.

Smirnov D.I. Fitnes dlya umnykh [Fitness for the smart]. Moscow: EKSMO publ., 2010. 440 p.

Furmanov A.G., Yuspa M.B. Ozdorovitelnaya fizicheskaya kultura [Improving physical culture]. Minsk: Tesey publ., 2003. 528 p.

Gulgin H., Hoogenboom B. The Functional Movement Screening (FMS)™: An interrater reliability study between raters of varied experience. International journal of sports physical therapy, 2014. 9 (1), p. 14.

Additional Files



How to Cite

Samolovov, N. ., Samolovova, N. ., Semyonova, G. ., & Bespamyatnykh, E. . (2022). MODERN TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH PHYSICAL CULTURE. Theory and Practice of Physical Culture, (8), 49–51. Retrieved from




Similar Articles

You may also start an advanced similarity search for this article.