Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2014, vol. 4, no. 5, pp. 112–118

Relevance of search of new techniques of selection of cadets in office and applied sports

Halfina R. R. 1 (Ufa, Russian Federation), Kislitsyn 2 (Ufa, Russian Federation), Minullin 2 (Ufa, Russian Federation)
1 The Bashkir state pedagogical university of M. Akmulla
2 Ministry of Internal Affairs Ufa legal institute of Russia

Results of preliminary sports selection of cadets of the II course are presented in this article for participation in competitions in obstacle course overcoming with firing. On total result of passing of an obstacle course has a great influence quality of firing, on this basis cadets were subdivided into two subgroups. It is defined that morfofunktsionalny indicators of cadets meet age standards and have no authentically significant intergroup distinctions. It is established that the results shown by cadets at "exit" (on the obstacle course finish, till a shooting boundary) have no statistically significant distinctions. Following the results of control testings of physical readiness, it is established that authentically significant distinctions are revealed only in manifestations of high-speed and power qualities, in indicators of coordination qualities of authentically significant distinctions isn't present though according to a number of authors coordination influences total result. Search of new methods of sports selection in office and applied sports is our paramount task.


Cadets, obstacle course, firing, physical fitness, sports selection

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Halfina R. R., Kislitsyn , Minullin Relevance of search of new techniques of selection of cadets in office and applied sports. Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University Bulletin, 2014, vol. 4, no. 5, pp. 112–118. DOI:

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Date of the publication 25.10.2014