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The Influence of Speed and Strength Indicators on the Coordination Abilities of 13-14-Year-Olds with Different Typologies

Georgiy Georgievich Polevoy , Andrew Borisovich Sablin
Abstract

The children's health is one of the significant issues of the families, schools and governments all over the world. Considering the importance of their health, the aim of this research is to designate the emergence of speed and power abilities in children aged 13–14 years on their coordination abilities. By using a tapping test, the strength of the nervous system is diagnosed, and Speed-strength abilities were determined by arm strength, torso strength, leg strength. Furthermore, coordination abilities were determined by using a test called the "shuttle run 3x10" test. The results of the tests and research indicate that the control group improved by 2-6% and there were more significant changes in the experimental group. Indicators enhanced by 11-17%. The study concluded that if you perform exercises to develop the speed and strength qualities of children aged 13-14 during physical education lessons at school, these indicators will improve coordination abilities.



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Polevoy G G, Sablin A B. The Influence of Speed and Strength Indicators on the Coordination Abilities of 13-14-Year-Olds with Different Typologies. Arch. Pharm. Pract. 2022;13(2):17-20. https://doi.org/10.51847/08Fe7xmvx4
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Polevoy, G. G., & Sablin, A. B. (2022). The Influence of Speed and Strength Indicators on the Coordination Abilities of 13-14-Year-Olds with Different Typologies. Archives Of Pharmacy Practice, 13(2),17-20. https://doi.org/10.51847/08Fe7xmvx4

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