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Title: Improvement of technical and tactical training of qualified women epee fencers
Authors: Semeryak, Zoryana
Briskin, Yuriy
Karatnyk, Ivan
Melnyk, Valeriy
Pasichnyk, Viktoria
Pityn, Maryan
Семеряк, Зоряна
Бріскін, Юрій
Каратник, Іван
Мельник, Валерій
Пасічник, Вікторія
Пітин, Мар'ян
Keywords: fencing
women epee fencers
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Improvement of technical and tactical training of qualified women epee fencers / Zoryana Semeryak, Yuriy Briskin, Ivan Karatnyk, Valeriy Melnyk, Viktoria Pasichnyk, Maryan Pityn // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2017. - Vol. 17, suppl. is. 4. - P. 2116 - 2122. (Scopus)
Abstract: Current need for an effective training of qualified sportsmen in fencing that in further can realize their individual abilities on national and international levels can be solved with the content correction of specialized training load that are optimal for conduction on the stage of specialized basic development. Aim of the research: to improve technical and tactical training of women epee fencers on the stage of specialized basic development with consideration of efficient and meaningful indicators of high qualified sportsmen. Authorial program of women epee fencers technical and tactical improvement has included the use of a device for fencers technical and tactical training with application of 3D-modeling of individual competitive activity kinematic indicators and opponents preparation and target hits that are placed on vertical directors that are set in collective cube device (Patent № 76884). Training means are differentiated by difficulty (one, two and three actions), distance (close, medium and long) and complexity (combined and repeated). Use of an authorial device has led to benefits of experimental group sportsmen by intergroup indicators in development of coordination abilities (5,76−51,52% with р≤0,01), development of differential muscle forts with different provocation character, counterbalanced correlation of braking – excitation, increase of nerve process strength (8,67−58,63%, р≤0,05−0,01); majority of technical training indicators (5,65−28,38%, р≤0,05−0,01).
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