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Panin E.N., Konoplev V.V., Stebliy T.V. Causes of injuries and restoration of motor functions of brush and fingers of hands of athletes in contact combats

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.5.p332-336
 
Causes of injuries and restoration of motor functions of brush and fingers of hands of athletes in contact combats
Evgeny Nikolaevich Panin, the master student, Viktor Vitalievich Konoplev, the master student, Tatyana Viktorovna Stebliy, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Far Eastern State Federal University, Vladivostok

Annotation
Currently, the martial arts are actively developing around the world. We hold competitions among the professionals. New halls are also opening, and children's sports are developing. Because more and more common scientific approaches are taking place in the competitions and trainings. The introduction of the changes to the rules of the competition, the use of the latest equipment allows athletes to avoid serious injuries. It is quite common to observe the brush injuries. This is due to insufficient attention to injury prevention and quality recovery after receiving traumatic influence on the hands. The consequence of this is the training process. The aim of the research is to justify the use of author's simulators in the process of recovery of athletes after receiving injuries of the hand in contact martial arts. In the course of this work, the methods of analysis and application of the scientific, methodological, and specialized literature, DASH testing, and observation of athletes were used. This work will be useful to athletes, coaches, and other workers in the field of physical education and sports.
Keywords: martial arts, injuries, sports activities, recovery, competitions, brush injury.
 
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Article arrived in edition 30.04.2020