Planning of physical load of annual cycle of students’, practicing cyclic kinds of sports, training

Keywords: students sport, physical load, physical training, anaerobic

Abstract

Purpose: to offer the variant of physical load’s distribution in annual cycle of students’, practicing cyclic kinds of sports training. Material: in the research pedagogic HEE students, specializing in skiing and light athletic participated (n=18 - boys, n=8 -girls, age - 18-23 years). The students were divided into two groups: experimental and control. Results: by comparison we determined the following: volume and intensity of physical load in micro-cycle and macro-cycle; indicators of cyclic load’s distribution in year plan of students’ training. In cyclic group of skiers we used the method of standard-interval and alternative exercises. I.e. exercises of one load are fulfilled repeatedly. Other method implies variable, increasing or decreasing physical load. Cyclic load, fulfilled at heart beats rate of 160-190 bpm, accented on intensity, prevails. The main requirement is: fulfillment of movements with maximal quickness. In group of light athletic sportsmen the method of standard - continuous exercises, implying moderate intensity, was used. For example: standard current exercises - passing distance of 3 km, 5 km or 10 km. Cyclic load, fulfilled at heart beats rate of 140-160 bpm, accented on volume. Conclusions: In cyclic load of light athletic group aerobic character of work prevails. In cyclic load of skiers’ group mixed and anaerobic character of work prevails.

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Author Biographies

R.S. Nagovitsyn, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute
gto18@mail.ru; Pervomaiskaya Street, 25, Glazov,427620, Russia
P.B. Volkov, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute
pbvolk@mail.ru; Pervomaiskaya Street, 25, Glazov,427620, Russia
A.A. Miroshnichenko, Glazov State Pedagogical Institute
ggpi@mail.ru; Pervomaiskaya Street, 25, Glazov,427620, Russia

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2017-06-15
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Nagovitsyn R, Volkov P, Miroshnichenko A. Planning of physical load of annual cycle of students’, practicing cyclic kinds of sports, training. Physical education of students. 2017;21(3):126-33. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2017.0305
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