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Pavlova N.V., Orlova O.I. Evaluation of psychophysiological condition of biathlonists at the stage of perfection of sports skill

Evaluation of psychophysiological condition of biathlonists at the stage of perfection of sports skill
Natalya Valeryevna Pavlova, the candidate of biological sciences, senior research associate,
Olga Igorevna Orlova, the junior research associate,
Scientific research Institute for activity in extreme conditions of Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports, Omsk

Annotation
The article is devoted to the assessment of the psychophysiological status of biathletes at the stage of improving sportsmanship. Based on the diagnosis of indicators of manual tremor of athletes aged 15–17 years old, the features of arbitrary regulation of movements in a state of relative rest and after performing dosed physical activity are determined.
Keywords: biathlon, psychophysiological features, manual tremor.
 
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Contact information: nv_pavlova@inbox.ru
Article arrived in edition 23.11.2019
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