Circuit training method to train students for Russian GTO complex tests

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Dr.Hab., Professor A.P. Strizhak1
Dr.Hab., Associate Professor L.G. Ryzhkova2
V.V. Bobkov3
PhD, Associate Professor M.A. Kuzmin4
1Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow
2Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE), Moscow
3Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Moscow
4Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow

Objective of the study was to test the effectiveness of the circuit training method in preparation of students for the GTO Complex tests.
Methods and structure of the study. Sampled for the study were the 1st-4th-year students, who had passed the registration and had been admitted to participate in the testing. Training for the GTO Complex tests was carried out during the academic year, for 8 months. The Control Group students (n=30) were trained according to the standard physical education program, while the Experimental Group ones (n=30) were offered a circuit training method.
Results and conclusions. It was proved by experiment that the use of a complex approach to university student training for Stages V-VI GTO Complex tests, based on the circuit training method with the use of the long-term continuous exercises, is most appropriate since it increases their physical fitness level.
Reaching the qualifying GTO Complex standards and qualifying for the GTO badges is a labour-intensive and time-consuming process. To solve this problem, the authors recommend inviting experts from the GTO Testing Center of Moscomsport.

Keywords: Russian Physical Culture and Sports GTO Complex, physical training, students, circuit training, test composition, testing, GTO Festival, Physical Culture and Sports Center of South-West Administrative District.

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