Question of swimmers' training in modern foreign literature on sport of high performances

Authors Kachurovs'kyy D.O.
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Abstract

Purpose: Opinions of the foreign authors about modern world outlook and moral training of the swimmers are examined. Recommendations regarding improving of training of Ukrainian swimmers are given. Material and methods: About 35 articles and books are analyzed. Results: Results of the research demonstrate that foreign authors pay attention mostly to world outlook and will power training but not in the least write about technical training of the swimmers. A separate place in the issue of swimmers’ training hold questions of sports ethics, Olympic principles, and fair play. Ethical behavior in team and regarding the rivals are cultivated in the athletes with help of the club Fair play codes. Authors emphasize the factor of the coach personality and his special “coaching philosophy” in the question of swimmer’s training. Conclusion: Ukrainian professionals in competitive swimming have to turn their attention to the modern training of the coaches, necessity of development and implementation of new methods of swimmers’ training, to the calling of professionals in sport psychology, as well as to the careful analyzing of the international experience of the swimmers in the countries that show high results in this sport today.

Key words swimming; coach; competition; motivation; concentration; success;
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Volume 12
Year 2013
doi: 10.6084/m9.figshare.879637
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ISSN 2308-7269
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PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, MEDICAL-BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING and SPORTS
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