Integral method of physical training of young judoists at the initial stage

Zh.L. Kozina, N. Pushkar, G.A. Ogar

Abstract


Objective: to develop and substantiate the integral methodology of physical training of judoists at the initial training stage on the application of exercises from other sports. Meterial and methods. The research involved 30 people (young judoists 10-11 years old) of the Youth Sports School "KhTW". The subjects were divided into control (n = 15 people) and experimental (n = 15 people) groups. Before the start of the experiment, the young judoists from the control and experimental groups did not statistically differ in the studied parameters (p> 0.05). The developed methodology was applied for six months (from October 2017 to March 2018). Young judoists of the control group trained according to the generally accepted method of developing speed-power qualities, in turn, the studied young wrestlers of the EG - according to the developed methodology. In the experimental group, exercises from other sports were also used (sports, athletics). Results. Experimental methods, focused on the accentuated improvement of physical qualities using gaming tools, funds from other sports (sports, athletics), ensure that young judoists achieve 10-11 years of great increase in speed-strength endurance and explosive power (p <0, 01) than training, traditionally aimed at the development of motor skills (p <0.05). Conclusions. An increase in the amount of physical exercises of a playful nature, as well as exercises from other sports (athletics, sports) in the training of young judo wrestlers should be considered as one of the ways to improve the effectiveness of the athletic sports training system at the initial stage of training. The experimental program is more effective than the traditional training program used in the control group.


Keywords


judo; athletes; young people; integrity; method; physical training

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