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Grigoriev V.I., Shubin K.Yu. HIE-project of intensification of pre-contest training of high qualified kayakers

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p129-133
HIE-project of intensification of pre-contest training of high qualified kayakers
Valeri Ivanovich Grigoriev, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor, Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics; Konstantin Yurievich Shubin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg

The rowing theory and methodology demand the development of more effective algorithms of pre-contest training of qualified sportsmen due to ongoing growth of international competition and sport achievements. Training intensification by means of high intensity exercises (HIE-project) is focused on stroke’s biometric parameters improvement, increase of functional reserves and racing speed. The field research of kayakers’ work activity and state was carried out to evaluate the efficiency of HIE-project as a prospective direction for training improvement. Sixteen qualified kayakers, MS aged 19.5±1,2, were examined on the pre-contest stage. The pace, paddle force, maximum effort reaching time (front rise), ratio of support and non-support phases, propulsive power when passing stretches of 50, 100, 200 and 500 m at maximum speed were measured on a strain platform. The discriminant analysis of 69 aggregated variables showed that the increase of energy tension of pre-contest training is a transforming factor of morphofunctional rearrangements, which ensures the improvement of stroke’s coordination structure and implementation of speed-power functionality at competitions. The results of the observations prove the efficiency of HIE-project in controlling resonances of adaptation to concentrated speed loads at the pre-contest stage of training.
Keywords: autocatalysis, indicative, hyperplasia, power, propulsiveness, resistance.
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