Corresponding Author: Georgiy Polevoy


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Objective: To investigate the influence of type nervous system on the training of young football players on the ability to differentiation of parameters of movements.

Method: thirty football players, 12-13 years old, participated in study. Fifteen football players were used as the experimental group (EG) to improve the ability to differentiation of parameters of movements. The other 15 players made up the control group (CG). The football players in the EG were divided into groups according to the strength of the nervous system.

Results: After the experiment was a significant increase in the ability to differentiation of parameters of movements in football players in the EG. In football players with a strong nervous system, indicators improved from 4.9±0.7 seconds to 5.1±0.3 seconds (p<0.01), and in football players with a weak nervous system from 5.6±0.6 seconds to 5.9±0.5 seconds (p<0.05). In the control group too, improvement occurred but the changes were not statistically significant (p>0.05).

Conclusion: The study showed the effectiveness of the use of the typological properties of the nervous system as a method of determining the type of training required to improve the ability to differentiation of parameters of movements of young football players.

The relevance of the topic is determined by the search for improvement of the training process for young players, which will increase the ability to kinesthetic differentiation of children and improve their results in football.


Journal name: International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology


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Website: https://doi.org/10.22631/ijaep.v7i2.268


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