The physical training of the youth in the context of the complex implementation of “Ready for Work and Defense”
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Институт физической культуры, спорта и туризма
Кафедра физической культуры
Journal Name:Journal of Physical Education and Sport
Journal Quartile in Scopus:Q3
Bibliographic Citation:Nagovitsyn, R. The physical training of the youth in the context of the complex implementation of “Ready for Work and Defense” [Текст] / R. Nagovitsyn, M. Kudryavtsev, A. Osipov, S. Iermakov, V. Potop // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. — 2019. — Т. 19 (№ 6). — С. 2256-2263
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In the Russian Federation, an attempt was made to raise the physical activity of the youth by restoring the physical complex “Ready for Work and Defense” (GTO), which had been previously active in the Soviet Union. It was revealed that a significant part of the country's population including the young people (18-35 years old) are experiencing quite substantial difficulties in passing the test qualifying standards of the GTO complex. The purpose of the article research is to develop an effective individually-differentiated method of the physical preparation of the young people (18-35 years old) for the successful reach of the qualifying standards of the GTO complex. The research participants are the young people (n=219) they are the students, masters’ and undergraduate students of the universities aged 18-24 years old (n=112) and 25-35 years old (n=107). The young people were divided into control (CG, n=109) and experimental (EG, n=110) groups. During 5 months (April – August 2019) the young people were engaged in PA 5 training per week. CG members were engaged in various sports games. For EG participants, PA training sessions were built on the basis of an individually differentiated method of the physical fitness proposed by the authors. The volume and intensity of the load PA were adjusted according to the level of physical fitness of the EG participants. The selection of physical exercises was carried out taking into account the harmonious development of the basic physical qualities of the young people. The evaluation of the effectiveness of the methodology proposed by the authors of the article was carried out by comparing the results of the CG and EG participants passing the qualifying standards of the GTO complex at the beginning and at the end of the research period. The statistical processing of the research results was carried out using the statistical analysis software SPSS20. The analysis of the data showed that EG participants reliably (P<0.05) exceed the CG participants in the level of physical fitness for the successful reach of the GTO qualifying standards in both age groups: 18-24 years old and 25-35 years old. The use of the method of physical training of the student youth will significantly increase the level of development of the basic physical qualities of the students in the context of the introduction of the physical training and sports complex GTO.