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TEACHING MULTI-ROTATION JUMPS TO FEMALE SKATERS AGED 10–11 WITH THE USE OF «ROTATOR» VESTIBULAR SIMULATOR (0.33 Mb, pdf) Read
Authors:
Martynenko Ivan Vladimirovich
Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor
International author id: ORCID: 0000-0001-5604-0763
Educational organization: Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism; Moscow, Russia
Borisenkova Ekaterina Sergeevna
Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor
International author id: ORCID: 0000-0002-7318-9508
Educational organization: Ural State University of Physical Culture; Cheliabinsk, Russia
Suslenko Yana Nikolaevna
figure skating coach
International author id: ORCID: 0000-0003-1327-218X
Educational organization: «Zvezda» Center of Physical Culture and Sports of the North-Western administrative district of Moscow; Moscow, Russia
Annotation:

Currently, Russian skaters are delivering incredible performances worldwide. In this regard, diverse social groups show increasing interest in this sport. Thus, professionals pay much attention to the coaching for win-win outcomes. It is especially important for single female skaters at the competitions where few hundredths of a point determine results of several participants from Russia, and at the same time dozens of points separate them and skaters from other countries on the podium.

The aim of the research is to test the techniques of teaching multi-rotation jumps to female skaters aged 10-11. These techniques are part of training methodology, and they consider harmony, interconnection and versatility of sport training in general. These techniques include special exercises with the use of “Rotator” simulator.

Materials and methods of the research. In our research, we used the review and analysis of scientific and methodological literature, pedagogical observations, pedagogical testing; pedagogical experiment, mathematical and statistical processing of the results. The experiment covered two groups of female athletes born in 2007-2008, with 8 people in each group. All the participants came from the «Zvezda» Center of Physical Culture and Sports of the North-Western administrative district of Moscow.

Research results and discussion. Participants of the experimental group were performing the developed sets of exercises on general physical training, special physical training (including “Rotator” vestibular simulator) and training on skating rink during six months. The research revealed a significant increase in the technical and physical fitness of the participants of this subgroup.

Conclusion. The developed set of “Rotator” simulator exercises, as well as complexes of auxiliary and special training exercises with increasing coordination complexity are effective in teaching multi-rotation jumps to female skaters aged 10-11 compared with the standard exercises performed in the control group.

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