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Title: Significance of typological features of the nervous system for the effective implementation of motor coordination processes in 16-18-year-old female volleyball players
Authors: Boichuk, Roman
Iermakov, Sergii
Kovtsun, Vasyl
Levkiv, Volodymyr
Karatnyk, Ivan
Kovtsun, Vitalii
Бойчук, Роман
Єрмаков, Сергій
Ковцун, Василь
Левків, Володимир
Каратник, Іван
Ковцун, Віталій
Keywords: volleyball players
training
coordination
nervous system
correlation
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Significance of typological features of the nervous system for the effective implementation of motor coordination processes in 16-18-year-old female volleyball players / Roman Boichuk, Sergii Iermakov, Vasyl Kovtsun, Volodymyr Levkiv, Ivan Karatnyk, Vitalii Kovtsun // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2019. - Vol.19, is. 3. - P. 1519-1525. (Scopus)
Abstract: Purpose: to determine the influence of typological features of the nervous system on the level of the manifestation of motor coordination in female volleyball players at the stage of preparation for higher achievements. Material: The study involved 22 female volleyball players aged 16-18. Results: The importance of typological features of the nervous system of female volleyball players for the successful solution of complex coordination tasks in the process of competitive and training activities has been established. The interconnections of strength, balance, mobility, dynamism, lability of the nervous system with indicators of the coordination abilities of female volleyball players aged 16-18 were established. The average level of the interconnection between the indicator of the nervous system strength of the players and the ability to reorganize motor actions quickly, the reaction of choice, a sense of rhythm was revealed. A reliable positive relationship was found between the indicator of balance of the nervous processes of female athletes and their ability to coordinate movement actions. The indicator of the mobility of the nervous processes of the studied has reliable interconnections with the ability to a sense of rhythm, rapid restructuring of motor actions, spatial orientation. Correlations of low and medium levels are registered between the dynamic indicator of the nervous system and the ability of kinesthetic differentiations, coordination of movements and reaction. An inverse interconnection of the average level is found between this characteristic of the nervous system of female volleyball players and the ability to static balance. Reliable positive interconnections of medium and high levels were found between the volatility indicator of the neural processes of the volleyball players and the ability to quickly reorganize motor actions, a sense of rhythm, and dynamic balance. Conclusions: typological features of the nervous system have a greater impact on the level of the manifestation of coordination abilities of female volleyball players compared with the makings of lower levels of human biological organization. The relative weakness of the nervous system leads to a higher level of the development of specialized perceptions of the players. The strength and the nervous system balance play a leading role in solving complex coordination tasks that require high level of courage, determination and reliability of motor actions. Indicators of dynamism, mobility, lability of nervous processes are particularly favorable for the manifestation of coordination abilities in sports games and volleyball in particular. Skillful psychological regulation and purposefully formed compensatory mechanisms will eliminate the deficiencies of the nervous system of the players. This will contribute to the effectiveness of competitive and training activities of players.
URI: http://repository.ldufk.edu.ua/handle/34606048/22438
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