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Botyaev V.L., Pozdysheva M.S. Coordination preparedness and problems of its improvement among students – bachelors of faculty of physical education and sports at pedagogical higher school

Coordination preparedness and problems of its improvement among students – bachelors of faculty of physical education and sports at pedagogical higher school
Valery Leonidovich Botyaev, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer,
Marina Sergeevna Pozdysheva, the post-graduate student,
Surgut State Pedagogical University, Surgut

 
Annotation
This article discusses the development of coordination abilities at students of faculty of physical culture and sports during the gymnastics classes. The low level of motor coordination is a problem of not only in sports perfection, but also for mastering the practical material covering the disciplines of the practical undergraduate program block. The program of development of coordination abilities, which cornerstone is the method of the interfaced influence, has been offered. The conducted pedagogical experiment has shown the effectiveness of this direction, the students not only increase the level of coordination preparedness, but also master the practical material much faster and more qualitatively.
Keywords: coordination abilities, gymnastics, students, undergraduate program, testing, method of conjugate exposure.
 
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Article arrived in edition 16.03.2017