Impact of training in Combat Horting on prevention of psychophysiological stress of students and students, cadets

  • I. Malynskyi
  • Z. Dikhtiarenko
  • V. Chaplygin
  • V. Khomenko
  • S. Kotsiuba
Keywords: Combat Horticulture, sports, training, stress, fatigue, students, student youth, cadets, pedagogical experiment, pedagogical observations, questionnaires, trainings.

Abstract

In the scientific work «Impact of training in Combat Horting on prevention of psychophysiological stress of students and students, cadets» by analyzing psychological and pedagogical sources found that aspects of psychophysiological mechanisms of stress reflected in the fundamental works of domestic and foreign researchers. The authors described four stages of pedagogical experiment (1st: generalization of data of scientific and methodological literature from a certain direction of research; 2nd: questioning of cadets, students and students who attend six months (training) in combat horticulture; 3rd: pedagogical observations of a certain contingent; 4th: conversation with youth). Described daily tips to avoid stress and fatigue. Emphasis is placed on the fact that in order to avoid stress and fatigue for coaches, teachers should systematically conduct training exercises. It is emphasized that Combat Horticulture is a national professional and applied sport of servicemen and law enforcement officers, as well as other power structures of Ukraine. It is an important component of the patriotic, cultural and spiritual upbringing of children and young people, the revival and development of sports, recreational and martial traditions of the Ukrainian people, the promotion of health, the development of physical, moral, volitional and intellectual abilities of a person by involving the population in participation in Combat competitions Horting. The rules of the competition for the sport «Fighting Horting» are designed and operate on the basis of experience and experience in a mixed type of martial arts, designed for athletes of all ages. The main part of the Rules lists the age groups and weight categories of the competitors who compete with each other under these Rules in different sections of the competition. The sections of combat horticulture competitions are divided into contact and conditionally contact. Contact sections of Combat Horticulture competitions include: «Hand-to-hand combat», «Wrestling fight», «Self-defense». The contingent section of Combat Horticulture competitions is the «Form» section.

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Published
2020-02-21
How to Cite
Malynskyi I., Dikhtiarenko Z., Chaplygin V., Khomenko V., & Kotsiuba S. (2020). Impact of training in Combat Horting on prevention of psychophysiological stress of students and students, cadets. Scientific Journal of National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. Series 15. Scientific and Pedagogical Problems of Physical Culture (physical Culture and Sports), (2(122), 100-105. https://doi.org/10.31392/NPU-nc.series15.2020.2(122).20