Correlation of Functional Mobility of Nervous Processes with Game Activity Success of Volleyball Players of High Qualification

B. O. Artemenko

Abstract


Intoduction. Functional mobility of nervous processes is known to be of great importance in an individual’s ability to analyse and process information especially in conditions of extreme physical activity. It is especially relevant in sport activity.

Purposе. To determine the role of function of nervous processes mobility in the formation of technical and tactical actions and the success of the game activity of highly qualified volleyball players.

Methods. Computer testing of functional mobility of nervous processes was implemented by means of “Diagnost-1” device. The game performance of volleyball players was determined by express performance of tactic and technical methods of the game.

Results. The players with high and upper intermediate level of functional mobility of nervous processes were found to have higher indicators of game performance than the volleyball players with intermediate level of functional mobility of nervous processes.  Similar results were found in the analysis of game performance of tactic and technical game methods in attack and defense by players with different typological properties of nervous system.

Originality. Significant correlation was found between game performance and high level of functional mobility of nervous processes of volleyball players.

Conclusion. The correlation was found between the properties of functional mobility of nervous processes and the expert evaluation of game performance of highly qualified volleyball players. The volleyball players with high indicators of functional mobility of nervous processes were characterized with higher indicators of expert evaluation of the game performance than the volleyball players with pre-intermediate level of functional mobility of nervous processes. The volleyball players with high indicators of functional mobility of nervous processes had reliable difference of the game performance of defense actions if compared with the volleyball players with intermediate and pre-intermediate levels of functional mobility of nervous processes (p<0.05). The obtained results can be used in selecting young volleyball players by the indicators of functional mobility of nervous processes for the game positions that are essential when organizing the game in defense.

Keywords


neurodynamic properties; central nervous system; functional mobility of nervous processes; game performance; tactic and technical game methods; sport qualification

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