|PDF:||Author(s):||A. I. Chunin, Chaynikov S. A.,|
|Number of journal:||3(60)||Date:||August 2022|
Physical performance is one of the important factors determining the success and effectiveness of playing in volleyball. Indirect criteria of physical performance are various biochemical, anatomical and psycho-physiological indicators characterizing functional changes in the body of volleyball players in the process of work. Loads impose extremely high demands on the athlete’s body and cause characteristic changes related to adaptation to them. Inconsistency in the magnitude of loads to the degree of preparedness of the athlete can lead to preand pathological conditions. For more accurate determination of the volume and intensity of the load it is necessary to carry out operational and current control of the functional state of the main body systems of volleyball players at different stages of the training process. The article reveals the topical issues of improving the methodology of current control, which allows to optimize the process of physical training of volleyball players. The article presents a comparative analysis of physical performance and functional state of female athletes in the course of the experiment. A separate section of the article is devoted to the discussion of the results. The paper substantiates the effectiveness of the application of the athletes’ functional state index (AFSI) for a more accurate correction of training loads of female volleyball players 18—20 years old. The results of the research allow to extend ideas about the importance of physical and functional fitness of volleyball players in the training process and can be used in research work in the field of physical education and sport as well as in practical activity of coaches and volleyball methodologists when planning training loads based on data of individual indicators of the functional state of female athletes.
physical performance, functional state, load, volleyball, training, IFSS, physical training, special preparatory stage, recovery, current control
Chaynikov S. A., Chunin A. I. The influence of training loads on improving the physical performance of volleyball players. Business. Education. Law, 2022, no. 3, pp. 319—323. DOI: 10.25683/VOLBI.2022.60.315.