THE INFLUENCE OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF SPECIAL PHYSICAL PREPARATION OF HIGH-QUALIFIED VISUALLY IMPAIRED SPRINTERS DURING PRE-COMPETITION STAGE

Liudmyla Shesterova, Leilia Adzhametova

Abstract


Purpose: describes the effectiveness of applying plyometric training on different flooring of highly qualified visually impaired sprinters at the pre-competition stage. Material and methods: the indicators of special physical fitness of the Honored Master of Sports of Ukraine in para-athletics among athletes with visual impairments during the pre-competition stage of the annual macro-cycle were studied. The following methods were used: analysis and generalization of scientific and methodological literature, analysis of training loads and processing of parameters of training activity, testing of the level of development of high-speed and speed-power, pedagogical observation, methods of mathematical statistics.
Results: changing the flooring on which plyometric exercises were performed led to positive changes in the performance of the athlete's physical fitness.
Conclusions: the use of preparation at the pre-competition stage of a highly qualified visually impaired sprinter in the six-week plyometric program contributed to a significant increase in speed and speed-power indices of the athlete (p <0.05-0.01).

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plyometric, special physical preparation, pre-competition stage, visually impaired.

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