IKBFU's Vestnik

2010 Issue №11

The muscle activity biofeedback in the training of Greco-Roman wrestlers

Abstract

One of the new methods to improve muscle coordination is the muscle activity biofeedback, which is based on the principles of biological feedback and implemented by means of modern computer equipment. The muscle activity biofeedback prevents muscle overexertion and improves muscle coordination, which results in a change in brain mechanisms.
The authors studied the intercoordination of muscular groups important for the structure of wrestle. The dependence of efficacy on functional asymmetry and the predominant perception methods of Greco-Roman wrestlers was examined. The results obtained indicate the interdependence between intermuscular coordination, functional asymmetry and predominant perception methods

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The improvement of risk group students’ personal development in the course of specific motor activities

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One of the main factors impeding the professional development of future specialists is various forms of deviant behavior. This article studies the possibility of applying specific and targeted physical effects on the pattern of students’ behavioural risks.

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Information and need-related components of the development of motivation for adaptive sports in the disabled

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The article focuses on the basic information and need-related components of the development of motivation for adaptive sports in the disabled. The article presents the results of research conducted among hearing impaired sportspeople from the three Russian regions in the framework of the tournament dedicated to the opening of the festival of the “Penguin” sports club for the disabled people at Shuya State Pedagogical University.

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The fundamentals of the concept of application of humanities techniques in the field of physical training

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This article examines the preconditions for applying humanities methods in the field of physical education and describes the basic features identifying humanities methods as a research and education phenomenon, the principles of their development, and the conditions and requirements for their application in physical education.

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The development of the components of theoretical and value forming modules of aesthetic culture in primary school children in physical training classes

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There is a need to integrate the stages of modern education at the level of healthcare, culture and physical training of schoolchildren by means of aesthetic culture. The earlier the theoretical framework of aesthetic culture is instilled into schoolchildren, the more efficient is the development of an educated personality of the young generation.

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The concept of developing professional successfulness in students with health problems in physical training classes

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This article presents the author’s position describing the fundamentals of professional successfulness development in students with health problems. The author identifies the patterns and organizational and educational conditions of the process examined and describes on this basis their fundamental principles.

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