The program of physical training of servicemen to a qualification examination on the right to wear the “Beret with honors”

Keywords: servicemen, examination, beret with honors, endurance, training program

Abstract

Purpose: To develop the author's program of physical training of servicemen to a qualification examination on the right to wear “The Beret with honors” and to check its efficiency. Material: The perspective contingent for participation in an examination in number of 20 people at the age of 19-23 years participated in the researches. Motive tests were used for determination of level of preparedness: run of 10 km, passing of the general combat course; grenade throwing; time of performance of complex power exercise: 30 squats, 30 bendings extensions of hands in an emphasis lying, 30 raising of legs lying, turn over of a rubber tire of 30 m. Time of dismantling-assembly of weapon, filling of magazine and finishing of 30 m were fixed in fire preparation. Defeat of the target was fixed in points when firing. Basic provisions of the author's program of training: duration of 21 day; Monday - Friday on two trainings, Saturday - one training and recovery actions, Sunday - rest; a method of performance of exercises - continuous; trainings took place in full combat equipment; the main attention was paid to development of the general endurance in the morning and the whole other work was performed against the background of the general exhaustion. Results: Use of the author's technique in 21 days of training allowed: to increase the level of the general endurance by 11,5%, the level of power endurance by 4,2%, the level of high-speed and power abilities and dexterity by 9,9%; the level of preparedness for aimed fire by 17,3%. Conclusions: The accelerated, three-week training program with complex use of power exercises, aerobic load, fighting sparrings and service weapon firing brought positive results. Thus, the level of professional preparedness of cadets for performing the set task was increased.

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Author Biographies

R.V. Anatskyi, he National Academy of the National Guard ofUkraine
sfp18@ukr.net; Maidan Zakhisnikiv Ukraine 3, Kharkov, 61001, Ukraine
O.E. Kolomiitseva, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University
kolomiitseva7@ukr.net; Pushkinskaya street, 77, Kharkоv, 61024, Ukraine
R.E. Liubchich, he National Academy of the National Guard ofUkraine
safarov.87@ukr.net; Maidan Zakhisnikiv Ukraine 3, Kharkov, 61001, Ukraine

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2018-12-20
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Anatskyi, R., Kolomiitseva, O., & Liubchich, R. (2018). The program of physical training of servicemen to a qualification examination on the right to wear the “Beret with honors”. Physical Education of Students, 22(6), 285-291. https://doi.org/10.15561/20755279.2018.0601
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