STIMULATION OF WORKING CAPACITY AND RECOVERY PROCESSES BY SUBSIDIARY MEANS USE IN QUALIFIED ATHLETES TRAINING

Authors Vinogradov V.E.
mavin139@hotmail.com
National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine
Physical Education str. 1, Kiev-150, 01680, Ukraine

Abstract In the article theoretical and practical bases of subsidiary means use in training practice of qualified athletes are presented. Importance of providing the effective transition from the recovery processes to stimulation of working capacity and preparation to forthcoming training and competition activity are shown. Conception of improvement the athletes recovery system is offered, it´s increase the specialized orientation of recovery facilities action and of working capacity stimulation means. The developed is presented by subsidiary means, directed to stimulation of working capacity and recovery reactions in track-and-field and rowing. In the process of development of special means quantitative descriptions of motive activity - rate, rhythm, and also time of influence and choice of technical receptions were taken into account. Shown that in the modern system of qualified athletes preparation has important role by integration of stimulant subsidiary means in the general recovery system after the trainings loads and in forthcoming competition activity.
Key words subsidiary means; stimulation of working capacity; motion activity;
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Volume 6
Year 2011
Title of Journal Fiziceskoe vospitanie studentov=Physical Education of Students
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