BIOMECHANICS OF STATODYNAMIC STABILITY FOR THE ATHLETE’S BODY AND BODY SYSTEM
Keywords: athlete’s body and body system, statodynamic stability, balancing function
AbstractINTRODUCTION: University sports events - gymnastics, acrobatics, diving, trampoline, figure skating, etc. - represent artificial motor forms with complex coordinating structures. The major trends in their development are toward increasing complexity of competitive programs and improving performance mastery. The theory and practice of modern athletic training have proposed a number of didactic requirements and rules for the educational process, i.e.: teaching sports exercises without re-learning, achieving high quality, stability and reliability of exercise reproduction under training and competitive conditions.
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