Differentiated Training Model for Women’s Futsal Team of Students with Different Skill Levels

Differentiated Training Model for Women’s Futsal Team of Students with Different Skill Levels

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A.V. Popov1
PhD, Associate Professor N.S. Leontieva2
1National Research Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Moscow
2Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE), Moscow

Keywords: student mini-football, team, female football players, level of sports qualification, sports training, model, system.

Introduction. The specifics of training a women's mini-football team in the educational process of a higher educational institution, including the constant "turnover" of personnel, updating the composition, sets new specific tasks for the coach in the process of training and competitive activities. On average, a coach can expect female students to participate in sports activities for about two years.
The aim of the research is to develop a differentiated model of training female football players, taking into account the level of sports qualification.
Research methods. The presented model includes target, organizational-activity, and control-ascertaining components. All components of the presented model and their sections are interconnected. A holistic approach to its implementation provides an effective result (see the table).
The results of the study and their discussion. In the first year of working with the team, you should search for the optimal game system that is suitable for a specific contingent of students. At the same time, the task of the coach is not to try to bring each of the existing game systems to automatism, but, using them, to identify the best combination of schemes and types of tactical actions that will optimally reveal the potential of the players. In turn, in the second year, the training process is aimed at automating the optimal system of play chosen for a specific contingent of players. This allows us to count on a qualitative increase in the results of competitive activities.
Conclusion. Developed the differentiated model of training women's mini-football team of the students of different levels of sports skills, as well as its practical implementation in the training process, considering the optimal system of the game for a specific contingent of players provide qualitative results of competitive activity.

References

  1. Testoedov V.A Modern problems of football sports organizations in Russia / V. A. Testoedov, N. Yu. Melnikova, N. S. Leontieva, L. S. Leontieva. Olympic Bulletin No. 18. - Moscow: publishing house "Man", 2017. - P. 226-231.

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