Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2016
Идентификатор DOI: 10.7752/jpes.2016.02066
Ключевые слова: Attitude to sports, Competitive activity, Judo, Junior sportsmen
Аннотация: Research objective –theoretical and experimental justification of a technology of influence of personal features of pupils and students from judo sports clubs on efficiency of their attitude to specific physical activities. Material & Methods: The following groups of judoists took part in the research: group one (beginners, n=20); Показать полностьюgroup two (junior categories, n=25); group three –adult judoists (category 1, n=15); group four (adult judoists, n=10); group five (masters of sports, n=10). Throughout the whole one-year training cycle sports motivation and emotional state were studied. Results: It is found that both beginners and judoists of junior categories are characterized by low degree of manifestation of motivational and basic causes of their attitude to sports. It is shown that structure of beginners’ attitude to competitive activity tends to commitment to avoiding failure (6.8 points) as compared to commitment to obtaining success (6 points). Indicators of sportsmen’ emotional state (well-being, activity, mood) are much higher than for highly qualified judoists. Social and psychological characteristics (attitude to mates and coach) are not important in revealing their attitude to a work-out process and competition. Conclusions. Analysis of individual characteristics of attitude to sports activity has proved that improvement of attitude to sports activity throughout a contest season is typical of medalist judoists. Structure of judoists’ attitude to sports activity has the following tendency: to the extent that a level of sports mastery increases, orientation at a work-out session decreases and orientation at competitive activity grows. © JPES.
Журнал: Journal of Physical Education and Sport
Выпуск журнала: Vol. 16, Is. 2
Номера страниц: 424-432