Application of technical devices at the initial stage of training in technical techniques in volleyball

M. Cieślicka, Zh.L. Kozina, R. Muszkieta, M.V. Zhyhaieva, V.V. Kazina, T.N. Safronova, M.D. Kudryavtsev


The purpose of the work is to develop and substantiate the methodology of initial training for technical techniques in volleyball with the use of technical equipment for young volleyball players 11-12 years old. Material and methods. In total, 42 young volleyball players of 11-12 years old participated in this study, of which 22 were athletes of the control group and 20 athletes of the experimental group. In order to identify the main difficulties in mastering technical techniques in volleyball and the main techniques used in studying techniques was conducted questioning of coaches and athletes. In total, 15 trainers and 42 young athletes aged 11-12 were polled. To determine the effectiveness of the use of simulators in the initial stage of volleyball training, the evaluation of the effectiveness of the ball in the number of balls accepted and lost and expert evaluation. The pedagogical experiment was conducted with the aim of identifying the effectiveness of joint use of the gym equipment "Hanging balls", "Hoops block", "Hoop on the pole", "Lock holder", "Closed net" for the initial training of ball technique. Results It is revealed that coaches and athletes in different ways note the greatest difficulties associated with the study of technical techniques of volleyball. Trainers noted that the greatest obstacle is the lack of technical preparedness, athletes along with the lack of technology noted fear of painful sensations when taking the ball. After the experiment, most of the athletes (96.8%) of the experimental group, who noted the fear of pain in the reception of the ball, marked the almost complete disappearance of such fears, which was not characteristic for athletes of the control group. It is shown that the use of simulators positively affects the quality of performance of technical methods of volleyball. Conclusions It has been shown that the use of simulators and interactive technologies is effective, expedient, reliable, affordable and easy to manufacture as a means for initial training in technical techniques in volleyball.


volleyball; simulators; sportsman; machinery; teaching

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