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Nonspecific development means of coordination abilities of handball players at the stage of basic preparation

O. Nesen, S. Kugayevskiy, G. Strelnikov
2019 Zenodo  
Purpose of the research is to raise indicators of coordination abilities of young handball players using nonspecific means of sports training (exercise on skates). Material and methods of the research: the analysis of references was carried out for the purpose of establishment of features of using nonspecific means of sports training in the course of preparation of handball players; the following tests were used for determination of the level of coordination preparedness: 1) performance of the
more » ... performance of the maximum quantity of turns on a gymnastic beam. 2) walking on the line backwards with eyes closed, putting a heel of one leg to a sock of another. 3) Romberg's test (s). 4) Run of 30 m in the corridor measures 4 m across with performance of five turns through a full 360o. The pedagogical experiment with the participation of 2 groups was organized for establishment of influence of specially selected running exercises on skates on changes of indicators of coordination abilities of handball players: control group – 14 sportsmen and experimental group – 12 sportsmen. Skating classes – once a week lasting 45 minutes were entered in addition in the educational-training process of experimental group. The pedagogical experiment lasted 10 weeks, and then changes in indicators of coordination abilities of handball players of both groups were established. The received data were analyzed by means of statistical methods; the reliability in differences was established by the method of Student t-criterion. Results of the research. Reliable changes in results of three test exercises from four handball players of experimental group after the pedagogical experiment are established. Conclusions. Addition of training process of 14-15 year old handball players by physical tasks, which are performed on skates, has positive impact on development of coordination abilities, especially as for dynamic and static balance.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2544960 fatcat:lcig6iv5zbgvtj3gfogtxjhvuu