Aim: to determine the design and effectiveness of a complex of exercises aimed at improving the strength training of 15-16-year-olds engaged in swimming training.
Methods: 1. Theoretical generalization and analysis of data of scientific and methodological literature; 2. Pedagogical testing; 3. Pedagogical experience; 4. Mathematical statistics style.
Results: as a result of the study, an increase in strength training of young swimmers was achieved.
Conclusion: the effectiveness of the methods developed for the development of strength training is confirmed by the growth temps of the indicators that characterize the strength of the swimmers.
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"Development of strength training of swimmers by the Breaststroke method,"
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