StatusThe thesis was presented on the 27 January, 2005
Approved by NCAA on the 21 April, 2005
Abstract– 0.39 Mb / in romanian
The given research are devoted to the optimization of force-speed preparation, as a result of the use of more effective means and methods in sports training for junior footballers, aged 16-17.
Following the research on the given topic, we have found the lack of force-speed preparation, generally the lack of training for the combined motive skills at this age in the competitional and precompetitional periods. Specialists agree that there is no unique vision on this subject, the opinions of the coaches questioned confirming that force-speed preparation is attributed a lower role within preparation.
As a result of research, the experimental preparation curriculum for sports training has been elaborated and explained into practice, grounded in the force-speed preparation, in which the structure and contents have been brought about by the modern requirements of the instructional process.
Applying this curriculum has proved to be quite effective, the athletes in the experimental groups acquiring a better level of preparation than the witness group.
Similarly, they have reached (and in some cases excedeed) the same level of preparation for some physical and technical indices as the Romanian national junior team II. The results obtained through the experiment may become guidelines for football clubs and associations, as well as study material.
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