Correlation indicators of 13 years old students coordination abilities

Автор: Akhmetov S., Chernyshenko Y., Balandin V., Chernyshenko K., Deushev R.

Журнал: Физическая культура, спорт - наука и практика @fizicheskaya-kultura-sport

Рубрика: Физическое воспитание детей и учащейся молодежи

Статья в выпуске: 1, 2016 года.

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Motor acts of a person, as well as all other kind of activities are demonstration of the whole organism functions. Therefore, movements coordination can be seen as the result of a coordinated combination of the functional activities of various organs and systems in close connection with each other, that is to say as one whole. It should be noted that coordination abilities are considered to be one of the main determinants of achieving good results in nearly all types of work and sports activity. As the analysis result of the scientific and methodological literature and training programs of physical education sixteen control exercises were chosen to determine the level of coordination abilities development. Selected test tasks were divided into four groups, constituting integral indicators: individual demonstration of coordination abilities, reproduction, measuring accuracy and differentiation of motion parameters. Correlation degree determining of different coordination abilities demonstrations is the basis for planning documents of their development process. From 420 established variants of interconnection in the total sample in boys and girls groups 102 correlation coefficients (24,3%) have negative values, and 115 (27,4%) - positive values. Lack of reliable correlation interrelations in most cases between studied abilities characteristics is an objective acknowledgment of their high autonomy and it determines necessitates in means and methods of pedagogical influence differentiation with the aim of this physical quality formation and development among 13 years old students.

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Coordination abilities, correlation indicators, 13 years old students

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