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Kareva Yu.Yu., Levchenko A.V. Terminological apparatus of volleyball theory and practice: modern ideas

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.10.p152-155
Terminological apparatus of volleyball theory and practice: modern ideas
Yuliya Yurievna Kareva, the senior teacher, Samara State University of Economics, Aleksandr Vasilyevich Levchenko, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education

In the modern volleyball, which is developing rapidly, some concepts used by volleyball experts are somewhat outdated and require some improvement. The aim of the research is to make adjustments to the formulation of concepts of the theory and practice of volleyball in accordance with the changes in the nature of the modern game process. The authors, based on the study of the special literature on the problem of research and pedagogical observations of highly qualified volleyball competitive activity, established that some concepts of volleyball theory and practice are outdated and need some specification in accordance with the current stage of volleyball development. We considered such concepts of volleyball as serve, passing the ball by two from above (from below), spike and blocking, requiring the modern interpretation.
Keywords: volleyball, concept, wording, interpretation, tactics, technique, serve, pass, spike, blocking.
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