Improvement of the physical preparedness of athletes in breaking at the age of 13-15 years using the functional simulator "alpha-gravity"
Purpose: to experimentally substantiate the improvement of the physical preparedness of breakdancers at the age of 13-15 years using the functional simulator "Alpha Gravity".
Material & Methods: theoretical analysis and generalization of scientific and methodological literature, pedagogical observation, pedagogical testing, pedagogical experiment, methods of mathematical statistics. The study involved 22 breakdancers aged 13-15 years, from the reserve of the national team of Ukraine. Two groups were formed from the study participants: the control group (CG) - 11 athletes and the main group (MG) – 11 athletes, in the educational process of which the means of the functional simulator "Alpha Gravity" were included.
Results: a positive effect of the application of a set of exercises using the "Alpha Gravity" functional simulator in the training process of breakdancers aged 13-15 years was revealed. The greatest increase in indicators of physical fitness of the athletes of the main group was found in the tests: T1 "Bend forward from a sitting position, legs together (cm)"; Т2 "Push-ups" (number of times min-1)”; T5 "Holding the torso in the prone position, (s)"; T6 "Plank, (s)". In other tests, there is also a positive trend in the growth of indicators.
Conclusions: statistically significant positive changes in the level of physical preparedness of breakdancers at the age of 13-15 years of the main group (MG, n=11) were established under the influence of the developed training methodology using the means of the functional simulator "Alpha Gravity".
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