Control of Motor Function and its Role in Selection and Orientation of Young Sportsmen
The examination of some recent studies in this field testifies that the leading researchers, who have been dealing with the problems of mastering sporting skills (Nabat-nikova & Hordin,1982; Balsevich & Zaporozanov, 1987) link the future progress in the training of sports persons with an attempt to individualize them on the basis of selection, orientation and prediction of sports endowments.
KeywordsPhysical Development Complex Index Marked Character Vegetative Component Cyclic Character
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