Karakalpak Scientific Journal


Problem Statement: Study the optimal relationship between the general and special speed performance of 14-17-year-old football players, taking into account their age characteristics and determining correlation relationship of the general and special speed performance.

Approach: As the object of the research, was chosen to study the development of general and special speed performance of 48 of football players of the SSOR (State school of the Olympic reserve, Tashkent city, Republic of Uzbekistan) aged 14 to 17 years, 12 football players in each group (total n=48).

Purpose: The research studies of the correlation relationship of general and special physical performance by taking control tests: “Run to 30 meters” and “5*30m shuttle run” by speed measurement device Microgate Racetimer 2.

Results: During 2 tests pointed that optimal statically relationship correlation “Running to 30-meters” and the “Shuttle run 5x30 meter” determined at 14-year-old football players and correlation equaled r = 0.7. Compared with data from other ages (14-17 y.o.) this is the best indicator r = 0.7 which indicates the presence of a high statistical relationship. 17-year-old football players correlation analyze has pointed r = 0.08. This indicates the absence of correlation.

Conclusions: The pointed average degree of the correlation of statistical relationship between the general speed and special speed of young footballers. There is determined optimal age of developing speed performance of young footballers and pointed that 14 years-old footballers optimal age in which general speed and special speed performance are correlated statistical proportional relationship. It depends also with sensitive period.


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