Biotechnological approach in tumbling technique mastering process

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Fizicheskaya kultura: vospitanie, obrazovanie, trenirovka №3-2017, pp.23-25

Dr.Hab., Professor V.V. Antsyperov1
Dr.Biol., Associate Professor V.A. Likhodeeva1
PhD, Associate Professor Y.A. Ustkachkintsev2
PhD A.A. Vlasov3
A.M. Chizhikov3
1Volgograd State Academy of Physical Culture, Volgograd
2Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don
3Private educational institution, boarding school № 7, Volgograd

The study was designed to explore benefits of the tumbling techniques mastering process with application of a biological feedback (BFB) tools. It was found that a complex movement sequence learning process supported by the visual controls and error analyses helps improve precision of the athlete’s bodily sensations and quality of the mastered motor skill. The visually controlled BFB technology applied in the training process was found beneficial for the acrobatic motor skills mastering process, with the most significant improvements achieved in weeks 1 and 4 of the training process. By the end of the motor skill training period, the knee joint angle was tested to reach 170.4°.
On the whole, the study data and analysis demonstrated benefits of the visually controlled BFB technology as it helps improve the bodily control in every element of the biomechanical chain in the motor skill mastering process.

Keywords: tumbling techniques, biological feedback, training, exercise technique.

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