Influence of means of parterre gymnastics on physical fitness of young athletes in acrobatic rock and roll
The aim: to determine the effectiveness of the use of means of parterre gymnastics for physical training at the initial stage of long-term training in acrobatic rock and roll.
Material and methods. The study involved 28 children 6-7 years (14 girls and 14 boys) engaged in acrobatic rock and roll the first year. Research methods: Study and analysis of scientific-pedagogical and special-methodical literature; analysis of the curriculum for acrobatic rock and roll, rules and videos of competitions; interview of coaches; pedagogical experiment; pedagogical control tests (testing); methods of mathematical statistics.
Results. As a result of the study, a statistically significant positive effect of parterre gymnastics exercises on the level of development of individual physical abilities of young athletes was revealed. Introduction to the educational and training process of young athletes engaged in acrobatic rock ' n ' roll plot complexes of parterre gymnastics for 3 months, contributed to a significant increase in performance: forward tilt, splits, lifting the torso in the air for 1 min. and lifting straight legs in the vise, as well as three somersaults forward (at p <0.05).
Conclusions. Priority physical qualities necessary for effective training of young athletes in acrobatic rock and roll are revealed. Among them: flexibility, strength and coordination abilities. On the basis of the analysis of anatomical, physiological and psychological features of the development of children engaged in rock and roll at the initial stage of long-term training, the exercises of parterre gymnastics of a plot orientation are selected. Implemented in the initial training groups. High efficiency of use of means of orchestra gymnastics for development of mobility in hip joints, strength of muscles of a trunk and legs and coordination of movements at children of primary school age who are engaged in acrobatic rock-n-roll at the initial level is experimentally proved.
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