Intensification of forming the motion technique in training the combat maneuver “Roundhouse kick”
Abstract.The research subject is the service of law enforcement bodies’ officers which is constantly connected with extreme situations which often require use of force including combat maneuvers. Therefore, training combat maneuvers in physical education lessons for the officers of law enforcement agencies is particularly important, since they form professional skills and abilities necessary for everyday professional service. The article considers one of the methods of training one of the most complicated motion techniques of the section “Combat maneuvers” of the topic “Thrusts and Defense”. The research subject is the technique of a roundhouse kick which is studied in order to rationalize and intensify the process of forming the motion technique for training the students of educational institutions of the MIA and the officers of law enforcement bodies. The author uses such research methods as pedagogical observation, interviewing, video analysis, which help define the sequence of phases of activating the parts of the body in the general kinematic chain. The author concludes that it is effective to train the roundhouse kick using the kinematic structure and the structural components of the constructive method. The scientific novelty of the research consists in the experimental testing of the methodological approach to training and consistency and specificity of involving the structural parts of the body while using the holistic constructive method of training the motion technique of a roundhouse kick at the middle of the body.
Keywords: cadets and students, law enforcement officers, combat fighting techniques, kick, hand-to-hand combat, movement technique, physical training, technical training, skill formation, holistic constructive method
Article was received:02-11-2018
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