Sport testing

SPORT TESTING IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS

Training and form

Training of an organism is its ability to tolerate a certain level of load. The higher the level is, the higher your performance is. Of course, every athlete wants his form at the highest level. Performance form must be monitored throughout the training process. Diagnosis of a condition is actually a deliberate process of identification and evaluation of adaptive changes in an athlete's body.

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Be prepared!

Sports mastery requires at present not only a high level of functional and physical preparedness, but also perfect mastery of sports equipment, application of tactics, high level of expression, moral characteristics and sufficient theoretical knowledge. Therefore, it is desirable to continuously increase the efficiency of development of functional readiness of motor skills, attention to the choice of the methods and forms, and to look for ways to objective training load dosed with the utmost efficiency.

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Sports performance

Physical activity of an athlete performance in hockey, brings high demands for various motor skills and functional characteristics in the preparation of an athletes. The differences between playing sports in general population and playing it in a top league performance was previously not that big, but recently we can say that sport, made much progress has improved and created new forms preparedness.

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The training process

In hockey training process we operate under the applied load, the task is to induce a functional, morphological and psycho-social adaptation underlying the increase of an athletic performance in technical, tactical, conditional and psychological load. In this sense, the training process should also be based on modeling the intensity of a game load.

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Comprehensive evaluation of the hockey players includes:

  1. Detection of the initial state of an athlete
  2. testing level of condition and coordination abilities,
  3. Special testing on ice,
  4. Analysis of skating technique on hockey treadmill,
  5. detection of changes in performance over the previous diagnostics,
  6. determination of training zones,
  7. detection of strengths and weaknesses of an athlete's preparedness,
  8. Fatigue detection and health evaluation

What do I learn from the test results?

  1. What are my pros and cons?
  2. How did I train?
  3. How to properly train?
  4. What should I work on?
  5. Can I continue training?
  6. How good am I going to be?