Автор: ПРОНИН С.А.
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Журнал: ТЕОРИЯ И ПРАКТИКА ФИЗИЧЕСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРЫ
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The twenties of the twentieth century were a very difficult period for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics established in 1922. The civil war ended (1917-1923). The country started changing to peaceful life and a new socialist society began its establishment. Activities in the field of physical culture and sport was an organic component in this process. In August 1920 the Supreme Council of Physical Culture of the USSR (VSFK) was established affiliated with the Main Directorate for Universal Military Training (Vsevobuch). However, the Main Directorate for Universal Military Training, which had been organizing the activities on physical education in the country since 1918, closed in 1923. Therefore, in 1923 the responsibility for the Supreme Council of Physical Culture of the USSR passed to the All-Russian Central Executive Committee (VTsIK), and was renamed the Supreme Council of Physical Culture affiliated with VTsIK. Editions in the area of physical culture and sport were reorganized. Nikolai Aleksandrovich Semashko, the legendary personality, was the first editor-in-chief. Revolutionary, comrade of V.I. Lenin, he was also a top professional in the field of medicine. In fact, only three articles published in these years can be directly attributed to the subject of the theory and methodology of physical education. In spite of the overwhelming majority of papers related to the problems of medical control, this fact positively influenced the domestic practice of scientific research in the field of physical education and sports training. Later the tradition to correlate the results of pedagogical research in the field of physical education with those of medical and biological observations was formed.