ISSN 2409-7616

Ivanova E.V.



UDC 378.147+796.325

Ivanova E.V.1 (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation) – Е-mail:

1Siberian State University of Telecommunications and Informatics

Abstract. The article provides an analysis of the proposed methods and methods of teaching volleyball, as well as techniques for performing specific volleyball techniques, presented in modern literary sources. The author agrees with the assertion that the anthropometric data of university students are a determining factor in the formation of the skills of percussion movements. Based on this principle, the programs being compiled should take into account such aspects as: anthropometric data of students; the use of modern technical teaching aids; information messages; sensory stimuli of trainees, including mandatory control and correction of the learned movements by the coach or teacher. Determination and substantiation of these aspects is their main task. The results of the study led the author to understand the need to take into account volleyball players in training in a modern university, certain conditions: it is proposed, taking into account the age characteristics of student youth, to use training devices, such as hanging balls, special rubber expanders, tennis balls and small weight balls from 1 to 1.5 kg and specially selected weights. It is also possible to use training devices in preparatory and special exercises, which is a prerequisite for more successful mastering of techniques for playing volleyball among students of a modern university. The obtained results of the study made it possible to develop appropriate recommendations regarding teaching the basic technical elements of volleyball: moves, passes, serves, attacking blow, etc.

Keywords: students, volleyball, training, techniques, elements of volleyball.


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For citation:

Ivanova E.V. Some aspects of learning game methods in the process of training university voleyball players. CITISE, 2021, no. 4, pp.178-186. DOI: