Competitive shooters' coordination abilities and technical mastery combined excelling model

Individual technical mastery in target shooting is largely dependent on how skilful is the shooter in the gun control aspects including the coming-to-ready, breathing, aiming and trigger pulling aspects. In addition, the overall target shooting success is much dependent on a variety of specific individual coordination abilities that may be described as the musculoskeletal sensations and the timing and placing accuracies. This is the reason for the modern shootersÂ’ training systems giving an increasingly high priority to the shooting technique excelling practices being reasonably combined with the specific coordination ability excelling ones. An objective of the study was to provide experimental evidence to prove practical benefits of the combined skill excelling model designed to improve the competitive shootersÂ’ coordination abilities with technical mastery. Subject to the model tests were 14-17 years-olds qualified at least Class II Athletes by VP-4 Standard Test and split up into Experimental and Reference Groups. The Experimental Group was trained in the precompetitive stage as provided by the coordination abilities and technical mastery combined excelling model of our own design. The tests and study data demonstrated benefits of the shootersÂ’ training model giving the top priority to the combined coordination ability and technical mastery excelling practices.
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Subjects: shooting coordinative ability sports technical skill modelling
Notations: technical sports
Published in: Theory and Practice of Physical Culture
Published: 2017
Edition: Teoriya i praktika fizicheskoy kultury 2017/4, S. 75-77
Issue: 4
Pages: 75-77 (print)
Document types: article
Language: English
Level: advanced