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Volume 26, 2020First International Scientific-Practical Conference “Actual Issues of Physical Education and Innovation in Sports” (PES 2020)
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Aspects of the cadets’ mental readiness forming during airborne training
Tyumen Higher Military Engineering Command school (Military Institute) named after Marshal of engineering troops A.I. Proshlyakov», 625001, Tyumen, Russia
2 Tchaikovskiy State Institute of Physical Culture, 617764, Tchaikovskiy, Russia
3 Olympic Reserve Sports School No. 11, 423803, Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia
4 University of Management “TISBI”, 423806, Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia
* Corresponding author: Labeshenkova@yandex.ru
The mental readiness formation of cadets’ airborne training in military universities require a special attitude to the functional state indicators. There is a need to develop a specialized method of mental state psychoregulation. The mental readiness formation requires the study of pedagogical, psychological and physiological foundations. A questionnaire survey of the psychoregulation means importance for airborne training was conducted. The cadets give ambiguous answers to the questions of their mental state psychoregulation in airborne training. The first-year cadets have little idea about the mental readiness state, about the means of its regulation. The study of the functional state and body reserve capabilities with the use of innovative accessible and operational methods of rapid diagnostics allows correction of training and psychological effects on cadets. Taking into account physical, mental, and training loads and the tendency to increase them in airborne training requires current and operational control of the functional state. Options for including multidirectional exercises of the mental state psychoregulation in combination with audio sessions on M. A. Bendyukov method in the process of airborne training are considered.
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