Psychological preparation of the athlete for competition
Successful competition depends on the level of physical, technical, tactical and psychological preparedness of the athlete. Psychological readiness is determined by: calmness, confidence, fighting spirit. In practice, the two types of psychological training: General and specific.
General psychological preparation (Structure)
1. Lectures and discussions (through persuasion)
2. Heterotrimer (in a state of relaxation suggestion of gravity of the body)
3. Inspired sleep (hypnosis)
4. At (self-hypnosis)
These methods reduce the negative impact of the subconscious, making it easier for samoregulatorna mechanisms of consciousness, improving the system of self-regulation of the athlete.
II . Selfeducation. (Via self-regulation) Continue reading
Protein-carbohydrate window is the condition of the body caused by intense physical activity, in which the importance of consuming carbohydrate and protein foods especially justified.
Why the “window”? Because in this time and carbohydrates, and proteins from the digestive system into the body more rapidly than usual. At this time they are in demand as never before. Moreover, they fall into the
cells are physiologically much easier. There are different opinions about how long a period of time, but often indicated on the first 30-60 min after the end of classes.
Post-workout carbohydrates and proteins in demand and assimilate the best way for the reason that the body needs to replace worn out of energy. Therefore, the length of the protein-carbohydrate window is determinedby the recovery of energy losses (and this, nothing less – 24-48 hours – depends on the individual characteristics of each person and the degree of loading). However, the faster the body will receive the important macronutrients, the better. Since the recovery of muscles and the whole body is not the only task which could be solved using the power. Continue reading
This is the first in our country the Handbook for training of sportsmen-orienters, it details disclosed methods of endurance training in running on rough terrain, the means of technical and tactical training, analyzed typical mistakes made by athletes at distances of competitions, and recommended ways to address them. The reader acquainted with the issues of recovery after training and competition, balanced diet.
Long the category sportsmen (especially self-help) and coaches in orienteering, as well as the contestants on “related” with
orienteering sports (“Fox hunting”, police and radioresource), hikers, skiers, athletes, athletes, those who pass the standards of the TRP.
In our country orienteering received official recognition from 1963 when, under the Uzhgorod hosted the first all-Union competition. In the 15 yearsthat have passed since that time, the number of Amateur runners with a compass and map reached about a million people. Continue reading