Selection of 7-10 Years Old Children of Different Types of Constitution in Sport Swimming, Taking Into Account Their Psychological and Physiological Features

  • Vladimir Davydov Polessky State University
  • Anna Mankevich Polessky State University
  • Olga Morozova Astrakhan State University
Keywords: Somatotype, psychophysiological parameters of the central nervous system, school age, selection, sport swimming

Abstract

The article revealed the need to consider the psychophysiological parameters of the central nervous system of the children of schoolchildren in the selection and orientation of the sport swimming. The interrelation of features such as the schoolchild constitution and the activity of his central nervous system has been revealed. Presented conducted an extensive research of boys 7-10 years old and based on the analysis of selected types of the most successful, the algorithm is composed of sports selection procedure, revealing the specificity and individuality of each student, which increases the effectiveness of achieving high results in the future.

Author Biographies

Vladimir Davydov, Polessky State University

Doctor of Science in Biology, Professor in the Department of Physical Culture and Sports

Anna Mankevich, Polessky State University

Assistant Lecturer

Olga Morozova, Astrakhan State University

Ph. D. in Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor

References

Shtefko, V. H. & Ostrovskyi, A. D. (1929). Skhemy klinicheskoi diahnostikyi konstitutsyonalnykh tipov [Diagrams of clinical diagnostics of constitutional types]. M., L., Hos. medits. izd-vo, 79.
Published
2017-06-30
How to Cite
Davydov, V., Mankevich, A., & Morozova, O. (2017). Selection of 7-10 Years Old Children of Different Types of Constitution in Sport Swimming, Taking Into Account Their Psychological and Physiological Features. Physical Education, Sports and Health Culture in Modern Society, (2(38), 68-73. https://doi.org/10.29038/2220-7481-2017-02-68-73
Section
Physical culture, physical education of different age group population