Model characteristics of competitive activity of different skilled female volleyball players

Model characteristics of competitive activity of different skilled female volleyball players

Authors Shchepotina N.Y.
shchepa@mbox.vn.ua
Vinnitsa State Pedagogical University
Ostrozskogo Str., 32, Vinnitsa, 21100, Ukraine
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9507-3944

Abstract Purpose: to determine and compare the model characteristics of competitive activity and an integrated assessment of highly qualified and skilled volleyball players. Material : the study involved 49 highly qualified and 53 qualified volleyball players. Results : identified indicators of competitive activity (intensity factors, mobility, aggressiveness, efficiency and effectiveness ratio of attack-block) and the integral evaluation of volleyball players of various skill levels. Developed a scale evaluation. Built model. Also, a comparison of model characteristics of competitive activity volleyball. Conclusions : the significant differences are fixed model characteristics of competitive activity in athletes of high qualification of different roles. Qualified volleyball, these differences are not so pronounced. This demonstrates the universality of minor league players.
Key words volleyball; model; competition; integral; appraisal;
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Pages 80-85
Volume 2
Year 2015
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2015.0214
Title of Journal ISSN 2308-7269 English ed.Online PEDAGOGICS, PSYCHOLOGY, MEDICAL-BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF PHYSICAL TRAINING and SPORTS
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