Candidate F.V. Salugin
Omsk F. M. Dostoevsky State University, Omsk
Keywords: situation, analysis, tactics, technique, information.
Introduction. Currently, there is an active introduction of digital and information technologies in sports activities. But their availability and use does not mean that they act as a tool to effectively solve the problems of training.
The results of the coaches 'questionnaire revealed the use of information technologies and the problems of kickboxers' training process organization . It is revealed that in their activity trainers use graphic software systems (electronic tablets) and software systems of video analysis with a low level of automation. There are coaches who do not use information technology.
In our opinion, this provision has a negative impact on the preparedness of athletes and complicates the analysis of the training process and competitive activity of the coach.
The purpose of the study is to substantiate the situational analysis of tactical and technical actions of highly qualified kickboxers.
Methodology and organization of the study. The study involved 20 highly qualified kickboxers aged 19-30 years (2-ZMS, 14-MS, 4-CMC). As a result of research the formalized and generalized characteristics of tactical and technical actions of kickboxers are allocated.
In the training process, the coach forms an archive with video files, including these characteristics, for further consideration of the features of tactical and technical activities. Video files are classified and distributed in areas of tactical and technical training to improve the training process, the development of individual exercises.
The results of the study and their discussion. In the context of increasing variability of tactical and technical actions of kickboxing can be described as an activity coach (coaching staff) to maintain permanent readiness of the athlete to the reactions of the opponent and guide the implementation of tasks based on the situational analysis. From the kickboxer management is characterized as influence on the decisions made by the rival through imposing to it favorable initial tactical and technical conditions.
It was revealed that the use of situational analysis in the preparation of qualified kickboxers improves psychomotor performance at p<0.05 (reaction to a moving object with a hindrance, reaction to a moving object with acceleration of movement, attention volume, distribution and switching of attention, speed and accuracy of operational thinking). The content of forecasting the situation by athletes improved to 9±0.3 MS, the accuracy of the schematic reproduction of the episode of the fight increased to 9.6±0.2 MS, the prediction of the situation by kickboxers improved to 89±0.2 s at p<0.05.
Conclusion. Situational analysis in the training of highly qualified kickboxers helps to identify the effectiveness and improvement of tactical and technical actions of athletes; development and improvement of situational exercises, creating schemes in a graphical environment, as well as the creation of a database based on indexing, storage and search of video events, followed by their preservation in a database on a web server or in a personal archive.
- Kozin V. V. Model of increasing the variability of tactical and technical actions of athletes taking into account the operational space / V. V. Kozin, F. V. Salugin / / Theory and practice of physical culture. - 2018. - No. 12 (966). - P. 22.