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Baryshnikova L.N., Podlivaev B.A., Zaichenko A.S., Kolec Damir. IT technologies in sports training management

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.10.p32-39
 
IT technologies in sports training management
Lina Nailyevna Baryshnikova, the Head of Performing Forward international publishing house and school of coaches, Saint Petersburg, Russia; Boris Anatolievich Podlivaev, the candidate of pedagogic sciences, professor, Federal Sports Reserve Training Center, Moscow, Russia; Aleksandr Sergeevich Zaichenko, fitness coach FC Spartak, Moscow, Russia; Damir Kolec, the physical and functional training coach of Russian volleyball team, professor, Zagreb University of physical Culture, Zagreb, Serbia

Abstract
Implementation of the various innovative technologies into sports on the global scale has led to development of the new approach to athlete training, associated with the full training process integration with the scientific achievements in medicine, biology, biomechanics and engineering technology, which form the basis of integrated monitoring of the functional fitness of the athletes throughout the training process. This monitoring refers to a set of measures aimed at the registration and analysis of indicators, associated with the physical fitness, psychological stability, technical and tactical skills, as well as the effectiveness of relevant sports training and recovery programs aimed at enhancing performance and training safety [1, 2].
Keywords: IT technologies, athlete condition monitoring, motion sensors, accelerometer sensors, motion power, GPS system in sports.
 
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Contact information: podlivaevb@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 20.10.2020
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