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Emelyanova E.Yu., Gorskaya I.Yu., Baimakova L.G. Comparative analysis of morphofunctional indicators of volleyballers aged 7-8 years old with different rates of biological maturation

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p114-119
 
Comparative analysis of morphofunctional indicators of volleyballers aged 7-8 years old with different rates of biological maturation
Ekaterina Yuryevna Emelyanova, the post-graduate student, Inessa Yuryevna Gorskaya, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Larisa Grigoryevna Baimakova, the candidate of biological sciences, senior lecturer, Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sport, Omsk

Abstract
The article presents the results of the studies aimed at comparative analysis of the morphofunctional indicators of 7-8 year old volleyball players with different rates of biological maturation. The study was conducted with the participation of 148 young volleyball players (60 boys, 88 girls, and age 7-8 years). The discrepancy between the calendar and biological ages was revealed in the significant part of children involved in the sports and recreation phase in volleyball; in particular, more than 50% of children have reduced or accelerated rates of biological maturation. The quantitative values of the indicators of the morphofunctional status of novice athletes with different rates of biological maturation are determined. Reliably significant differences were found between indicators characterizing the physical development and functional state of 7-8 year old volleyball players with different levels of biological maturity. The results obtained indicate the need for the differentiated approach in the process of biomedical control and assessment of physical fitness, dosing of physical activity.
Keywords: volleyball, morphofunctional indicators, biological age, sports and fitness stage.
 
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Article arrived in edition 21.07.2020
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