Ice hockey training process design basics

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Fizicheskaya kultura: vospitanie, obrazovanie, trenirovka №3-2017, pp.46-50

PhD, Professor D.R. Cherenkov1
PhD A.S. Pavlov1
Postgraduate А.А. Petrov1
Postgraduate A.M. Ovechkin1
1Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports, Youth and Tourism (GTSOLIFK), Moscow

The article offers a theoretical analysis of an ice hockey training process design basics
including the goal-setting; sport training process intensifying; training workload optimising; training workload balancing in different domains; age-specific controls of the training and competitive workloads; and the athletic training and competitive components harmonising aspects. The authors came to conclusion that an ice hockey training process will be designed based on the modern theoretical grounds as recommended by the best modern sport education concepts to attain the maximum possible special athletic fitness in every specific training and competitive period.

Keywords: systemic laws of physiology, modern physical education tenets, ice hockey training specifics, training exercise specifications, ice hockey team training process design methods.

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