StatusThe thesis was presented on the 31 October, 2022 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Thesis structure: introduction, 3 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography (238 sources), 123 pages of basic text, 7 annexes, 84 figures, 24 tables. The obtained results are published in 8 scientific papers.
The aim of the thesis consists in the elaboration and experimental argumentation of the efficiency of using specific means in the physical training of women`s rugby 7.
1. Analysis of the literature on the physical component in the training of women`s rugby 7.
2. Assessment of the level of physical training of rugby players 7.
3. Elaboration of the training plan regarding the specific physical training of women`s rugby 7 in an annual training cycle.
4. Experimental argumentation of the effectiveness of the applied curriculum on the physical training specific to the game of rugby 7.
The scientific novelty and originality of the research consists in the scientific argumentation of the effectiveness of the training curriculum specific to the game of rugby 7, oriented towards the exigencies of the current game.
The important scientific problem solved in the field consists in increasing the level of specific physical training in the game of rugby 7 by using specific means in the training process, which will lead to the improvement of the game performance.
The theoretical significance of the research results lies in the formation of a wide spectrum of knowledge regarding the improvement of the system of training of women`s rugby 7 and the improvement of their sporting mastery.
The applicative value of the research can be an important benchmark for shaping the content and how to plan the process of training women`s rugby 7 in all age categories.
Implementation of scientific results. The results of the research were implemented in the process of training women`s rugby 7 from sports clubs in Romania, Poland, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova.
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