Master's Degree Student V.S. Sosunovskiy
Associate professor, PhD A.I. Zagrevskaya
National Research Tomsk State University, Tomsk
The work considers the effects of auto-training sessions on the electroencephalographic brain activity of cross country skiers. Subject to research were cross country skiers of the 1st year of study (aged 17 - 19 years) from National Research Tomsk State University. The study revealed an increase in the average alpha rhythm amplitude against the background of increasing theta rhythm amplitude of the brain electroencephalography in athletes after an auto-training session, which proves applicability of auto-training sessions in pre-start training of athletes and for activating his competitive capacity. It was proved that the use of auto-training sessions has a positive effect on mental state, attention span, reduces emotional tension, mobilizes the athlete for the upcoming activities.
Keywords: auto-training session, brain electroencephalography, cross country skiers.
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