Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science


Purpose: Improving the special motor training of young gymnasts based on the analysis of the results of special motor training of gymnasts at the stage of initial training.

Methods: The article widely uses the analysis of scientific and methodological literature, pedagogical observation, pedagogical experiment, testing, methods of mathematical statistics and video surveillance based on the improvement of special motor training of young gymnasts.

Results: During the analysis of data on the preparation of young gymnasts for special actions, the complex developed by gymnasts 5-7 years old when developing training for special actions was scientifically substantiated, and its effectiveness was determined in pedagogical experience.

Conclusion: Of the 9 tests studied in the control group, only three (long jump, 90° leg lift on a gymnastic wall with and a bridge exercise) were accompanied by low statistical reliability (R<0.05), and the rest were statistically unreliable (R>0.05). However, in the experimental group, the changes in all the tests studied were statistically significant at good (R<0.01) and high (R<0.001) significance levels.

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