en Features of the Visual-Motor Reaction of Young Volleyball Players and its Impact on the Accuracy of the Attacking Blow
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The high speed and accuracy of the visual-motor reaction are the basis for the formation of the precision of volleyball players' movements. However, the visual-motor reaction of young volleyball players and its effect on the accuracy of an attack strike has not been studied.
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