Improving the process of special physical training of judoists 15-16 years old on the basis of actualization of reflexive skills


E.A. Kabanova1
Dr. Hab., Associate Professor G.A. Kuzmenko1
Dr. Hab., Associate Professor, Professor Ch.T. Ivankov1
PhD, Associate Professor I.S. Maryin1
1Moscow State University of Education, Moscow

Objective of the study was to highlight the methodological features of the development of the ability for reflexive analysis by young judoists aged 15-16 of problem areas of special physical fitness.
Methods and structure of the study. As research methods, we used: pedagogical observation, interviewing, semantic, comparative, factor analysis (Factor Loadings (Varimax raw); determination of the reliability of the increase in results using the Wilcoxon Matched Pairs Test, p-level.
Results and conclusions. The conducted scientific work made it possible to state the need to improve the reflexive skills of judoists aged 15-16 in the analysis of problem areas of special physical fitness and the reasons for the ineffective execution of a technical and tactical technique or combination based on the creation of pedagogical conditions for the harmonization of sports behavior, which provides the young athlete with a deeper understanding of the essence of pedagogical recommendations and their inclusion in the individual system of requirements for the quality of activities.
Keywords: young judoists, special physical fitness, self-assessment, reflexive skills, coach's attitudes, concretization of meanings, involvement in the system of requirements.


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