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Development of accented strikes in teaching students the methods of hand-to-hand combat

Havrylenko Viacheslav; Kyrychenko Olena; Zhuravliov Yurii

This research paper focuses on the level of physical qualities of students of Zaporizhzhya national technical university during lessons in unarmed combat with the application of the system model situations. Engineering techniques of unarmed combat is difficult coordinated movements, qualitative study which plays an important role in the development of protective defensive skills of students in everyday life. However, when using the traditional system of education is not always possible to get a positive result, because the usual process of learning takes place in a specially set program that is designed mainly for standard conditions that do not always correspond to actual events. This uses the method of trial and error; student tries to perform a particular method, and the teacher corrects his actions. With this method of training is not always possible to efficiently capture movement or technique due to the fact that the reflection and absorption of those who learn differently and do not always correspond to the complex dynamics of combat action. As a result, not all students a rather clear understanding of the sequence of a given admission in the real world. It should also be noted that these classes mostly does not cause a significant interest in students due to the fact that they cannot realize the full emergence of the hazards in practice in the application of acquired skills. To address these shortcomings developed a method for modeling various teaching situations, which essentially consists of use in the classroom and on special schemes samopidhotovtsi model situations that are detailed description of the studied based on analysis of statistical databases operational and judicial activities. Using during class above mentioned scheme, students will have a better chance not to get lost in the moment of the attack and more confidently perform safety skills even under adverse conditions. Using the higher noted charts during classes, students will have more chances to put a bold laugh on in the moment of attack and more confidently to execute protective skills even at unfavorable terms.

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