AbstractNumerous studies show that scientific and reasonable physical exercise can promote human health. Reasonable exercise prescriptions based on an individual’s physical condition is important in improving one’s health. On this basis and through the investigation on the big data of emerging hightech photovoltaic enterprises, the development and design of a human health model and science in sports are developed based on ant colony optimization algorithm. Finally, the requirement analysis, design, specific application, and model algorithm testing of the physical fitness exercise prescription model can provide a scientific strategy for human health and scientific movement.
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