2019, Volume 15, Issue 1

Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining



Aleksander Yurievich Osipov1, Roman Sergeevich Nagovitsyn2, Sergii Sidorovich Iermakov3, Wladyslaw Jagiello3

1Department of Physical Culture, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Saint Lucia
2Department of Physical Culture and Safety Life, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Korolenko, Glazov, Russia
3Department of Physical Culture, Gdansk University of Physical Education and Sports, Gdańsk, Poland


Author for correspondence: Wladyslaw Jagiello; Department of Physical Culture, Gdansk University of Physical Education and Sports, Gdańsk, Poland; email: wjagiello1@wp.pl

Aleksander Yurievich Osipov: 0000-0002-2277-4467

Roman Sergeevich Nagovitsyn: 0000-0003-4471-0875

Sergii Sidorovich Iermakov: 0000-0002-5039-4517

Wladyslaw Jagiello: 0000-0001-7417-4749



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Abstract

Background and Study Aim: Experts point to a lack of coordination abilities development at young Greco-Roman athletes in practice of pre-competitive training is revealed. The aim of the study – knowledge about to increase of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level in competitive matches by means of developing coordination and athletes body balance maintaining.

Material and Methods: Two groups of young (13-14 years old) athletes (total 27: G-1, n = 13; G-2, n = 14) practiced Greco-Roman wrestling for more than three years. The athletes G-2 performed special exercises to develop coordination and maintain a steady body balance in the second stage of the study. The all athletes have at least one year of competitive experience. The research period was 2 years.

Results: Expert analysis of competitive matches of all athletes at the first stage of the study showed a significant (p<0.05) superiority of athletes G-1 of some technical activity indicators over athletes G-2. Analysis of competitive matches revealed a significant (p<0.05) advantage of athletes G-2 of some technical activity indicators (wrestling in standing position, positive balance between won and lost technical scores in the match) over athletes G-1 in the second stage of the study.

Conclusions: The use of the necessary amount of motor exercises for the coordination abilities development and maintaining a stable balance, contributes to increase of young Greco-Roman wrestlers special technical activity indicators in competitive matches.


Key words: pre-competitive period, technical scores, competitive matches., training sessions


Cite this article as:

AMA:

Osipov A, Nagovitsyn R, Iermakov S et al. Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining. SMAES. 2019;15

APA:

Osipov, A.Y., Nagovitsyn, R.S., Iermakov, S.S., & Jagiello, W. (2019). Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining. SMAES, 15

Chicago:

Osipov, Aleksander Yurievich, Nagovitsyn Roman Sergeevich, Iermakov Sergii Sidorovich, Jagiello Wladyslaw. 2019. "Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining". SMAES 15

Harvard:

Osipov, A.Y., Nagovitsyn, R.S., Iermakov, S.S., and Jagiello, W. (2019). Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining. SMAES, 15

MLA:

Osipov, Aleksander Yurievich et al. "Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining." SMAES, vol. 15, 2019

Vancouver:

Osipov AY, Nagovitsyn RS, Iermakov SS et al. Increasing of young Greco-Roman wrestlers technical activity level by means of developing coordination and body balance maintaining. SMAES 2019; 15