• A. I. Kubatko “Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic” National University
  • O. V. Kirichenko “Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic” National University
  • S. A. Atamanuk “Zaporizhzhia Polytechnic” National University
Keywords: ideomotor training, element, sports aerobics, improvement, technique


The modern stage of physical training and sports development is increasingly focused on the correspondence of teaching specialized disciplines to the improvement of students’ health level, achievement of high sports and technical results, and this requires qualified professional training of specialists and innovative approaches to classes. Along with a large number of special mental and physical qualities, which should be possessed by a specialist in physical culture and sports, a teacher or a coach, all people of these professions should have a high level of knowledge about techniques, methods of teaching and improvement of various motor activities [1; 2]. According to Professor G.M. Solovyov, A.A. Belkin, M.M. Bogen, one of the important components of professional training of a specialist is the ability to demonstrate motor exercises, and this is possible due to the high individual level of technical skill, and as M.R. Mogendovich and A.R. Yakubovskaya assert psychomotor skills to perform various exercises [3; 4; 9]. It is with the introduction of imaginary training techniques into sports practice that modern coaches pin their hopes on solving such problems as improving the psychological reliability of an athlete, bringing him to the state of high performance at the moment of a responsible start, rehabilitation after an unsuccessful performance. The methods used in ideomotor training, the essence of which is to develop an athlete’s ability to induce and analyze muscle and motor concepts of movement, make adjustments to them and on this basis, to manage movements, have proven to be good both in the initial stages of mastering complex technical elements, and in restoring skills lost as a result of a long break in training [3]. Imaginary exercises give an opportunity to an athlete to go beyond the direct experience and make an analysis of phenomena theoretically, to reveal hidden opportunities, to outline ways of their realization. In the research we made an attempt to study the question of practical use of the method of ideomotor training in the process of training aerobic elements of sportsmen and increase the technique of their performance.


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How to Cite
Kubatko, A. I., Kirichenko, O. V., & Atamanuk, S. A. (2021). IMPROVEMENT OF TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMANCE OF AEROBIC ELEMENTS IN ATHLETES BY MEANS OF IDEOMOTOR TRAINING IN SPORTS AEROBICS. Bulletin of Zaporizhzhia National University. Physical Education and Sports, (2), 49-53.