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Zelensky K.G. Building a sports training system in radio direction finding sports

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p96-102
 
Building a sports training system in radio direction finding sports
Konstantin Grigoryevich Zelensky, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, Honored Coach of Russia, Honored Master of Sports, Union of Radio Amateurs of Russia, Stavropol

Abstract
It is shown that the system of sports training in sports radio direction finding is a combination of various structural components and elements, which, in accordance with the laws of the formation of higher sportsmanship, are subordinated to the solution of the main strategic task - ensuring the required level of various aspects of the athlete's readiness, where each of the structural components, regardless of its duration, associated with the solution of distinctive, inherent only to him, specific tasks.
Keywords: sports radio direction finding, structure, sports training system, components and elements of the system.
 
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Contact information: ardf_zelenskii@mail.ru
Article arrived in edition 30.01.2021
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