Robotic «Footbot» training simulator system applicable for footballers' fitness rating, control and improvement

Robotic «Footbot» training simulator system applicable for footballers' fitness rating, control and improvement

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Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury №3 2018, pp.74-76

V.Yu. Komkov1
PhD, Associate Professor V.A. Blinov2
Dr.Biol., Professor Yu.V. Koryagina3
1LLC «Sport Automatics», Novosibirsk
2Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports, Omsk
3North-Caucasian Federal Research and Clinical Center of the Federal Medical-Biological Agency, Yessentuki

Objective of the study was to design a football simulator system to secure progress of football players in a variety of aspects including: technical skills, complex responses, action accuracy, spatial orienteering skills, response speed, and physical fitness. Benefits of a robotic ‘FootBot’ training system applied in the technical fitness building component of the Russian footballers’ training systems are discussed and supported by the progress test rates of the 16-17 year-old footballers trained in one of the leading Russian academies. Of special promise and benefits are the ‘FootBot’ training system assisted individualized training options designed to bridge the tested gaps in the individual fitness, rate progress of each player and generate current ratings of the footballers.

Keywords: competitive performance, technical skill training in football, training simulators.

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