Criteria for assessment of physical preparation of young freedom stores at the stage specialized basic training

  • M. Ageev
  • D. Zapolsky
Keywords: freestyle wrestling, athletes 15-16 years, stage of specialized basic training, physical fitness, evaluation criteria

Abstract

The article substantiates the need to develop scientifically grounded criteria for controlling the fitness of freestyle wrestlers; the criteria and standards for assessing the fitness of freestyle wrestlers 15-16 years are proposed.

It is necessary to systematically control the effectiveness of the process of training athletes by assessing their physical condition in general and physical fitness in particular. An important component of controlling the freestyle wrestlers training is assessing their fitness. Taking into account the age patterns in the structure of motor abilities of young athletes increases the objectivity of control at any stage of long-term sports improvement in free wrestling.

Factor analysis was conducted to investigate the relationships and the importance of the individual motor and functional indicators of freestyle wrestlers. The structure of physical fitness of young freestyle wrestlers aged 15-16 who study at the specialized stage of basic training includes 5 factors: maximum and speed strength, speed and force endurance, special endurance, endurance and frequency of movements, agility. The structure of physical fitness of young freestyle wrestlers aged 15-16 reflects the content of control in the physical training process and serves as a basis for developing appropriate assessment criteria.

In order to realize the objectives of the study, a three-level differentiated assessment of the development of components of the physical fitness of the freestyle wrestlers of 15-16 years was developed. The defined criteria allow to carry out operative control of physical fitness of athletes at the stage of specialized basic training in free wrestling, and thus give an opportunity to receive operative information on the state of physical and psychophysiological abilities of the specified contingent to evaluate the effectiveness of the content of physical training. The proposed criteria and standards allow the assessment to diagnose the most significant and informative physical qualities and strength of the nervous system and evaluate these indicators at three levels - high, medium and low.

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Published
2020-02-21
How to Cite
Ageev M., & Zapolsky D. (2020). Criteria for assessment of physical preparation of young freedom stores at the stage specialized basic training. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 15. Scientific and Pedagogical Problems of Physical Culture (physical Culture and Sports), (2(122), 9-12. https://doi.org/10.31392/NPU-nc.series15.2020.2(122).01