Scientific and Methodological Basics of Qualification of Children for Skeleton Sports Classes

Scientific and Methodological Basics of Qualification of Children for Skeleton Sports Classes

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A.V. Tret'yakov, postgraduate, Olympic champion in skeleton in Sochi-2014
V.V. Ponomarev, professor, Dr.Hab.
D.S. Prikhodov, candidate
Siberian State Technological University, Krasnoyarsk
S.K. Ryabinina, professor, Ph.D.
Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk

Key words: skeleton, psychophysical training, monitoring, physical training, special physical training, educational training stages.
Skeleton - is one of the most popular winter sports throughout the world, and its scale is growing from year to year, as evidenced by the number of participants in major international competitions.
The purpose of the present study was to develop scientific and methodological principles of qualification of children for skeleton sports classes.
Developing the criteria for qualification of children for skeleton sports classes one should proceed from a number of scientific and methodological bases:
In the organization of long-term training process qualification of children is very important, and it is possible only in case of the system scientific and methodological support.
The study provided a science-based and effective way to future success of the Russian athletes in bobsleigh.

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