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|Title:||Determination of Optimal Readiness to Specialized Loadings of Qualified Boxers and Fencers on the Basis of the Integral Indicator of Coordination Abilities|
|Citation:||Determination of Optimal Readiness to Specialized Loadings of Qualified Boxers and Fencers on the Basis of the Integral Indicator of Coordination Abilities / Veronika Busol, Sergiy Nikitenko, Anatolii Nykytenko, Vasyl Busol, Vasyl Shubert // International Journal of Science Culture and Sport. - 2018. - Vol. 6, is. 2. - P. 217-223.|
|Abstract:||The purpose of the research was to optimize competitive activity of qualified boxers and fencers. Methods used in research: analysis of literature sources, pedagogical testing, expert assessment, methods of mathematical statistics. In the research participated 46 skilled athletes aged 18-21 years (25 boxers, 21 fencers (rapier)). During the experiment, the accuracy indicators of the ball throwing into the target (as an integral criterion of coordination abilities) have been recorded. In order to determine the influence of athletes` level of coordination abilities on the effectiveness of their accuracy during competitive activity, competitive fights were held. Independent experts (two boxing judges of the national category and two international judges in fencing) recorded only those punches and touches that were accurately put on target. According to the results of the ball throwing accuracy, boxers and fencers are divided into two different types: first type includes athletes with higher (P < 0.01) accuracy indicators at the beginning of training session; second type includes athletes with higher (P < 0.01) accuracy indicators at the end of training session. The fact of determining the stable indicators of coordination abilities at the beginning or at the end of a training session indicates a certain kind of workability of each athlete – fast or inert. Competitive fights showed that athletes with fast kind of workability have higher effectiveness of technical and tactical actions in the first half of fight (P < 0.01) and worsening in the second half, but athletes with inert kind of workability – on the contrary.|
|Appears in Collections:||Наукові праці професорсько-викладацького складу ЛДУФК|
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