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Meshcheryakov V.S. Analysis of age characteristics of physical development of athletes aged 15–16 years

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.6.p243-246
 
Analysis of age characteristics of physical development of athletes aged 15–16 years
Viktor Sergeevich Meshcheryakov, Siberian law Institute of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Krasnoyarsk

Abstract
At various stages of sports training, the necessary condition for the effectiveness of the training system for young athletes is knowledge of the age and individual characteristics of children and adolescents, as well as control of their physical development. The goal is to study the regularities of the development of the body of young athletes, to identify the features of the development of the body of athletes of 15-16 years of age, which will allow timely adjustments to the educational and training process. In the course of research work, it was revealed that the increase in strength among the adolescents is influenced by the increase in the size of muscles and adaptive responses of the nervous system, as well as by the amount of effort they apply.
Keywords: physical development, age characteristics, young athletes, individual characteristics of the body development.
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Article arrived in edition 24.06.2020
 
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