Hand-to-hand combat has become rather popular recently. It includes various technical and tactical elements and is a difficult form of martial arts from the viewpoint of coordination. Hand-to-hand combat requires appropriate physical and psychological qualities of an athlete. Training in the hand-to-hand combat includes exercises aimed at developing speed, strength, strength endurance, which create significant body loads for athletes. This requires constant monitoring of the functional state of athletes during the training cycles, as well as predicting its changes under the influence of loads, which are constantly increasing in the preparatory period. To assess the functional state at different stages of preparation and building models for predicting its change under the influence of the load, it is necessary to develop the structure and content of a typical workout for athletes engaged in hand-to-hand combat with full and semi contact with an opponent. The application of the developed standard training as a test load will allow determining the dynamics of the psycho-physiological indicators of athletes in standardized conditions and on this basis develop a model for predicting changes in functional state by the value of informative indicators before training. The purpose of the work was to substantiate the structure and content of a typical training of athletes of different levels of preparedness, specializing in hand-to-hand combat. Material and methods. To achieve the goal of work, we developed a questionnaire, which was offered to 30 trainers in hand-to-hand combat. The questionnaire related to the structure and content of training with hand-to-hand combat for athletes involved in hand-to-hand combat with full and semi contact with an opponent. The results of the survey were processed statistically using descriptive statistics and the method of analysis of alternative signs. Results and discussion. Developed on the basis of the carried out survey, the structure of the test workout included the generally accepted components (introductory, main and final). The main part of the training consisted of technical, tactical and physical training. The filling of these components depended on the level of preparedness of athletes (trained or beginners) and the option of hand-to-hand combat (with full or semi contact with the enemy). According to experts, special training for athletes involved in hand-to-hand combat should be aimed at developing and improving speed, agility, strength, special endurance, flexibility. The content of the main part of the training depends on the type of hand-to-hand combat (full or semi) and the level of athletic fitness of athletes (trained or beginners). In each case, the content of each part of the workout is chosen by the coach, depending on the functionality of a particular athlete. With full contact, physical training was aimed at developing predominantly explosive strength and strength endurance in athletes, increasing the level of intramuscular and intermuscular coordination. With a semi contact, there was an increase in the functional body capabilities in the conditions of the aerobic mode of energy supply, as well as speed and endurance on the background of high accuracy. For beginners involved in hand-to-hand combat, depending on their specialization, physical training was aimed at developing various qualities, determined by the needs of the chosen type of combat. Conclusions. Conducted studies using the questionnaire method allowed us to develop the generalized structure of a training session in hand-to-hand combat which can be used as a test load for predicting changes in athletes' functional state.
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