Formation of Self-control Skills in Schoolchildren Engaged in Sport

Formation of Self-control Skills in Schoolchildren Engaged in Sport


V.V. Yadreev, postgraduate
Institute of Physical Culture and Sport of North-Eastern Federal University named after M.K. Ammosov, Yakutsk

Key words: self-control, schoolchildren, physical culture and sport.

Self-control is a regular, everyday, as noted in the self-control diary, monitoring of state of health and physical development and their changes under the influence of physical culture and sport. Self-control is in no way a substitute for the medical control, and is just a supplement to it.
Thanks to self-control a person can analyze the training technique, monitor his health, follow the rules of personal hygiene, general sports mode, timely detect health deviations in case of violating training methods, mode, adverse effects of negative environmental factors, and so on.
The purpose of the present study was to optimize the process of physical culture and sports classes on the basis of the objective self-assessment of body state.
The data obtained prove that the use of self-control in training of senior schoolchildren has played a positive role in improving their athletic performance. This is caused by the lack in the dynamics of observations of inverse, flattened diurnal curves for studied physiological characteristics, reduction or coincidence in time of the maxima of the measured characteristics during exercises or training sessions, as well as the absence of negative subjective feelings throughout the day.


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