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Ponkratov A.V. Integration of information and cognitive technologies in the training process of elite fighters based on the matrix selection of exercises

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.7.p307-313
 
Integration of information and cognitive technologies in the training process of elite fighters based on the matrix selection of exercises
Aleksey Viktorovich Ponkratov, Honored Trainer of Russia, candidate of pedagogical sciences, Russian State University of Physical Culture, Sports, Youth and Tourism, Moscow

Abstract
The research studies the integration of technologies in training of elite fighters based on the matrix targeting selection of exercises, focused on information and visual programs and the conversion of motor actions which results in improved and diversified forms and methods of elite fighters' training.
Keywords: integration, information and cognitive technologies, information and visual programs, visual thinking, matrix targeting selection of exercises, conversion of motor actions, training session planning, elite fighters.
 
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