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The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters

A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy, M.A. Lozovaya.

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The article presents a study of the training process for girls aged 15-17 years in speed skating to develop speed-strength abilities. The aim of the work was to experimentally justify the development of speed-power abilities within 15-17-year girls-skaters as a result of the use of microcycle with complexes of general-developing and special jumping exercises. The experiment involved 24 girls aged 15-17 years, which were divided into two groups (experimental and control). For the experiment we selected two equivalent groups by age, fitness and level of development of the studied qualities. For a systematic assessment of the speed-strength readiness of 15-17-year girls we carried out control and pedagogical tests were at the beginning and in the end of the experiment. They made it possible to identify the level of indicators of speed-strength readiness, trace the dynamics and determine the shift over the experimental period. In groups we retained the number of hours provided by Specialized Children and Youth Sports School of the Olympic Reserve of skating. Basically, the training was aimed at further improvement of power qualities, increase of explosive power and speed-strength endurance. The experimental group trained on a jumping microcycle. In this group we focus on whether the case load increase with general developmental and special character jumping exercises, as well as the selection of the load phase and rest, which provide a favorable training effect. We have proposed two sets of jumping exercises. Complexes of jumping exercises were designed in such a way that there is no one-direction training sessions prolonged overlap. We included not less than 3 jumping character training lessons in the microcycle. During the experiment we proved that the development of speed-power qualities of 15-17-year girls-skaters through the use of jumping microcycle had more intensive effect on increasing the level of speed-strength training in conjunction with the development of motor abilities

Key words: training, speed skating, girls, speed-strength abilities, microcycle, jumping exercises, athletes, special exercises


 
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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. . 2020; 11(5): 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01


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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. http://www.jcdronline.org//?mno=64734 [Access: March 16, 2021]. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01


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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. . 2020; 11(5): 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. . (2020), [cited March 16, 2021]; 11(5): 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya (2020) The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. , 11 (5), 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



Turabian Style

A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. 2020. The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 11 (5), 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



Chicago Style

A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. "The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 11 (2020), 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya. "The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters." Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research 11.5 (2020), 1-3. Print. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01



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A.S. Tretyakov, A.A. Lozovoy , M.A. Lozovaya (2020) The Use of Micro cycle With Complexes of General Developmental and Special Jumping Exercises in The Development of Speed-Power Abilities Within 15-17-Year Girls-Skaters. Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research, 11 (5), 1-3. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.05.01





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