Basic Ways and Means to Enhance the Functioning of the Regional Systems of Russian Athletes’ Training

Olga Panova

Abstract


The paper studies the efficiency of the regional systems of training athletes and developing the ways to increase their efficiency. Revealed is a backbone factor in the system of the long term preparation of elite athletes. It has been defined that the objective and subjective factors affect athletic performance. Based on the analysis and comparison of reference materials, as well as the results of interviews with a group of qualified experts, among a variety of such factors 25 key factors were singled out that have a priority impact on the potential of the regional systems of training athletes; based on these factors a unified model for evaluating the potential of regional systems of training athletes has been developed. Assessment of the potential of regional systems of training athletes of Volgograd Region, Stavropol Territory, Krasnodar Territory was conducted. The typical regional systems of training Russian athletes were singled out, their efficiency was compared. We carried out the analysis of the functional efficiency (impact) of most regional systems of Russian athletes’ training, the in-depth study of the potential of some of them, as well as the best practices of the Volgograd regional system. Based on this analysis we defined the main directions of improving the typical regional system of training elite athletes today. 28 basic recommendations for improving the typical Russian regional system of training athletes were specified.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s5p35


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