MODEL CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSICAL PREPAREDNESS OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS

  • O. O. Pavlos Lviv State University of Physical Culture named after Ivan Bobersky
  • А. І. Hohla Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University
  • R. М. Pavlos Lviv Polytechnic National University
Keywords: physical preparedness, run on middle distances, high qualification runners

Abstract

The aim of the study is to improve the models of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners. The object of research physical preparedness of runners on medium distances at the stage of maximum realization of individual possibilities. The subject of research is the indicators of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners for medium distances. Methods of research – theoretical analysis and generalization of literary sources; documentary methods; pedagogical observation using instrumental techniques: anthropometry, timekeeping, methods of mathematical statistics. Scientific novelty. In this paper, the information on the informativeness of indicators of physical preparedness of runners for medium distances is supplemented and expanded. Qualitative models of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners on medium distances are developed on the basis of the performed scientific analysis. The practical significance: the results of the study may be used in the preparation of runners for medium distances. Results. The quantitative values of such characteristics as running 60 m, 200 m, 800 m, 5000 m, jump in length from the place and a triple jump from place, allows to recommend as average modeling indicators of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners on medium distances. A qualitative model of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners on average distances was developed for achievement of the result from running at 1500 m – 3:44,15 min ± 4,38 s. Model characteristics of physical preparedness of highly qualified runners for medium distances correspond to the following indices: height – 176 cm ± 5.6 cm, weight – 61 kg ± 8 kg, height-weighted index – 15.4 ± 5, running 60 m – 7.3 s ± 0.3 s, running 200 m – 24.3 s ± 1.2 s, running 800 m – 1:51.7 min ± 2.9 s, jump in length from places – 2.64 m ± 0.21 m, triple jump from place – 7.77 m ± 0.59 m, running 5000 m – 14:10,0 min ± 0,67. It is determined that the height and weight of the runners on the average distance of high qualification are different, as indicated by the coefficient of variation of the height-weighted index (32%). High-speed, speed-power indicators and indicators of high-speed and overall endurance should be at a high level: running 60 m – 3,4%, triple jump from place – 7,6%, jump from a place – 7,8%, running on 800 m – 2.6%, running at 5000 m – 7.89%.

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Published
2020-11-06
How to Cite
Pavlos, O. O., HohlaА. І., & PavlosR. М. (2020). MODEL CHARACTERISTICS OF PHYSICAL PREPAREDNESS OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS. Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Physical Education and Sports, (1), 123-130. Retrieved from http://journalsofznu.zp.ua/index.php/sport/article/view/1538