Автор: ГРУШИН А.А., РОСТОВЦЕВ В.Л.
Код направления статьи: 77.00.00
Журнал: ТЕОРИЯ И ПРАКТИКА ФИЗИЧЕСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРЫ
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Training process in almost every Olympic sport is characterized by the steady application programs of a certain number of training techniques and methods, their best combinations, the use of certain ratios of training intensity zones and amount of physical work. There are some athletes, who practice in approximately the same training regimen for many years, using conventional techniques and methods, repeating those types of training programs, which used to be effective for them. In addition, we can often see a cessation of growth of sports results, adapting to rising training load, fatigue and injury. It is necessary either to intensify the training process even more rigidly, or to introduce innovative effective techniques that contribute to immediate and long-term adaptation without the excessive intensification of physical load. A working hypothesis can be the fact that the auxiliary impact on at least one of the allocated functional units at the time of ultimate tension should lead to an enhancement of the entire motor pattern. The purpose of the study was to identify changes in special indicators of physical working capacity and sports result when using the aid of dynamic electrostimulation in the training process of cross-country skiers. According to the tests, a significant increase in the speed of moving using a V1 skating technique ascending, lowering of the sphygmic cost of one meter of the distance, the upward trend of stride length at the same frequency of steps in the experimental group compared with the control group. All changes indicate the growth of special fitness of athletes in the experimental group, the efficient conversion of the motor pattern and improved efficiency of the special structure of movements.