Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science


Purpose: The purpose of this study is to develop and experimentally test the technology of system-targeted management of pre-competitive training of highly qualified track cyclists.

Methods: Analysis and generalization of literature data, analysis of competitive activity using timekeeping and heart rate monitoring methods, forecasting and modeling based on expert evaluation, instrumental research methods (Garmin and Watt Byte), model experiment simulating competitive activity in natural conditions, pedagogical experiment and methods of mathematical statistics.

Results: Based on the results of the study, it was established, in the 15 km Scratch race, it is recommended to run at an average speed over all distances of 53.8 at a heart rate of 178; in the "Tempo Race", an average speed over the entire distance of 52.9 at a heart rate of 179; in the "Elimination Race", an average speed over the entire distance of 52.6 at a heart rate of 182; in the "Points Race" at 25 km, an average speed over the entire distance of 54.4 at a heart rate of 178.

Conclusion: The article deals with the issues of system – targeted management technology, and also substantiates a comprehensive program of speed and power endurance aimed at effective management of the fitness of highly qualified track cyclists at the pre-competition stage of training.

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