Study of the Technical Training System of Young Athletes
The study objective is the to investigate the dynamics of technical preparedness of basketball players at different stages of their training and the systems of time distribution for its preparation in young basketball players in the process of a long-term training.
Materials and methods.The analysis of the literature and the summarizing of the practical experience of basketball coaches and skills generalization. The existing programs and the system of training basketball players of all ages have been analyzed. Young basketball players aged 11-17 years have been tested.
Results.The study results have revealed that the effectiveness of the system of the long-term training of basketball players will improve significantly, if it is conducted taking into account a scientifically based strategy of age peculiarities of sportsmen and taking into consideration model characteristics at all stages of sport improvement.
Conclusions.The existing programs and training systems do not sufficiently take into account the importance of technical skills in basketball. The age peculiarities of the development of young basketball players are not taken into account.The identified level of technical preparedness of basketball players of all ages confirms the need to revise the training system in terms of increasing the role of mastering skills of the game technique at stages from 11 to 17 years old.
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