Programming of training classes of highly qualified ten-fighter athletics at the stage of direct for competition


  • Vadim Adamchuk Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University



decathlon, structure of training session, intensity loads, adaptive potential


Purpose: increasing of  the adaptation to physical exertion of highly qualified decathletes in athletics at the stage of direct preparation for competitions. Material and Methods: The study involved a group (n = 5) of decathletes in highly qualified athletics (master of sport - 4, candidate to master of sport -1) aged 21-26 years, experience in decathlon 10-12 years with a pronounced tendency to speed and speed-power qualities with types of decathlon. Research methods: analysis and synthesis of literature data, anthropometric methods, determination of the adaptive potential of the cardiovascular system according to the method of R.M. Bayevsky (1997), statistical processing of material using the nonparametric Wilcoxon test. Results. In the programming of the training lesson, the following are provided: setting the immediate goal, highlighting the leading physical quality and technical skills to be improved, selecting complexes of special physical exercises for unidirectional exposure, determining the energy regimes for performing exercises and the intensity of the load. To achieve this goal, we adhered to the principles of overload, recurrence and specificity when performing exercises and applied a concentrated increase in the intensity of physical activity to the limit of latent and obvious fatigue, aimed at developing a successful competitive discipline. Monitoring the intensity of the load was carried out according to the Borg scale and indicators of adaptive potential.

The results of the study showed the rationality of the applied programming of the training session to increase adaptation to physical activity and the feasibility of determining the adaptive potential in order to individually predict the possibility of applying  the principle of overload, determining the achieved fatigue limit at the height of the load and assessing urgent recovery.






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