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Solomakhin O.B., Galieva G.M., Mavliev F.A., Zinnatnurov A.Z., Akhmetshina E.I. Athletes' impressions of special endurance in boxing

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.9.p367-369

Athletes' impressions of special endurance in boxing
Oleg Borisovich Solomakhin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, professor, Gelyusa Maratovna Galieva, the master student, Fanis Azgatovich Mavliev, the candidate of biological sciences, senior research associate, Aydar Zamilevich Zinnatnurov, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Kazan; Elza Iskhakovna Akhmetshina, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timiryasov

Boxing, as in many sports, requires a long-term high-speed work, which is of great importance. Due to the fact that specialists use the specific differentiation of physical qualities and the variety of their definition, the representations of coaches and athletes about physical qualities can be varied. Considering that the perception (understanding) of coaches and athletes about the qualities themselves is the basis of their activity, it is necessary to assess both the understanding (presentation) of physical quality and the need to develop it. A questionnaire method was used to identify the athletes' perceptions of special stamina in boxing. The purpose of this work is to determine the athletes' perception of special stamina and its impact on sporting activities. Based on the results of the survey, it can be concluded that athletes, both highly qualified and mass athletes, have fallen in stamina.
Keywords: coaches, special stamina, boxing, questionnaire method.
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