April 2018, № 4 (216), pages 14-22
Valetov M.R., Pankratovich T.M., Pankratovich J.G. PROVIDING THE EFFICIENCY OF THE RAPID SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF TABLE TENNIS PLAYERS' AT THE STAGE OF SPORTS SPECIALIZATIONOne of the leading physical abilities of a table tennis player is the rapid skills, manifested in the swift player's movements, in speedy attacks and strikes, in making defense decisions and in choosing counterattacking actions. Despite a number of interesting developments in theoretical studies, it is necessary to state that in the sports practice, many children's coaches encounter with certain difficulties in the selection of means and methods for rapid skills development of junior table tennis players during the training process.
The most significant aspects of the highlighted pedagogical problem relate to the search for optimizing means and methods for the rapid skills development of junior table tennis players.
In our research we provide the theoretical basis and apply the experimental technique in the rapid skills development of junior table tennis players. The basic concepts of our rapid skills development methodology are the following: the proper choice of the training means on the basis of the structural compliance with corresponding exercises and their rational usage; the choice of the most efficient methods for the rapid skills development of 10–11 year old table tennis players; the formation of junior athletes’ ability to demonstrate strong-willed efforts directed at maximum speedy movements.
The pedagogical requirements for the rapid skills development methodology of 10–11year old table tennis players at the stage of sports specialization are defined in the given research. The experimental technique was developed and tested in the conditions of the educational process on the basis of implementation of the revealed pedagogical requirements. The received research results let us conclude that the implementation of the given technique influenced to the great extent the efficiency of rapid skills development of junior table tennis players at the stage of sport specialization.Key words: rapid skills, table tennis, junior athletes, rapid skills development methodology.
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Authors: Valetov M.R., Pankratovich T.M., Pankratovich Yu.G.