• Valerii Vynohradov
  • Viktoriіa Biletska
  • Sergii Shvetz
  • Vadym Nahornyi


Ключові слова:

soccer, students, pre-competition training, recovery means


Introduction. In sports practice, the urgent issue is the use of a comprehensive load program and special ways to athletes recovery.

Aim is to determine the strategy of increase level in special training of soccer players during pre-competition training by optimizing the load and using special means for athletes recovery.

Material and methods. Theoretical analysis and generalization of scientific and methodological literature’s data, questionnaires, pedagogical observation, pedagogical testing, pedagogical experiment, methods of mathematical statistics.

Results. During the study the forms, methods and means of athletes recovery in pre-competition training were analysis; the most accessible for the student soccer team were identified as sauna, sports massage, recovery and apparatus massage, contrast shower. The pre-competitive training program for the soccer student team of the University of Grinchenko was developed.

Conclusions. It is shown, the training of soccer players in the precompetitive mesocycle should be comprehensive, include loads and appropriate recovery; the use of special preparatory, technic-tactical exercises, control games to stabilize the optimal state of individual players and the entire team.


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