Pedagogical conditions necessary for effective speed-strength training of young football players (15-17 years old)

Alexander Bolotin, Vladislav Bakayev

Abstract

This study substantiates pedagogical conditions necessary for effective speed-strength training of young football players, such as careful selection of children and their retention throughout the whole period of football education; differentiation and individualization of speed-strength training of young football players; selection of the most effective means of developing speed and strength in young football players; balance of means of developing speed and strength of young football players. Less important conditions include efficient use of time allotted for speed-strength training; maintenance of high team morale; efficient use of fitness equipment, kettlebells, barbells, and other means of speed-strength training of young football players.


Keywords

PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS, YOUNG FOOTBALL PLAYERS, SPEED-STRENGTH TRAINING, PERFORMANCE, MEANS OF TRAINING

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2017.122.17