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Konovalova L.A., Malovichko A.A., Lopatin L.A., Samigullina G.A., Kosulina V.V. Analysis of the component of body difficulty in individual programs of the best pre-juniors of Russia in rhythmic gymnastics

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.11.p242-249
 
Analysis of the component of body difficulty in individual programs of the best pre-juniors of Russia in rhythmic gymnastics
Liliya Alexandrovna Konovalova, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Anastasiya Anatolyevna Malovichko, the student, Leonid Alexandrovich Lopatin, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Gulshat Ravilevna Samigullina, the senior teacher, Valentina Viktorovna Kosulina, the senior teacher, Volga Region State Academy of Physical Culture, Sports and Tourism, Kazan

Abstract
The world junior championship in rhythmic gymnastics was held for the first time in history in 2019 in Moscow. It will have an impact on accelerating the pace of training not only the nearest, but also the remote reserve of the Russian national team. The article presents the results of pedagogical observation of the competitive activity of female gymnasts included in the rating of the 10 best pre-juniors of Russia in 2020. The quantitative and qualitative indicators of technical readiness of 11-12 year old female gymnasts are revealed. They can be target indicators for the preparation of young female athletes in the initial stages of training.
Keywords: rhythmic gymnastics, national team reserve, technical readiness, body Difficulty component.
 
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Contact information: liliykonovalov@yandex.ru
Article arrived in edition 02.11.2020
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