The level of technical training as a factor differentiating professional activities taekwondo coach Zbigniew Bujak, Jerzy Miller, Stefan Litwiniuk Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts 2012; 3(2):109-113 ICID: 1047657
Article type: Original article
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Introduction. All actions in combat sports coach can focus in 20 professional activities. They are necessary for the proper implementation of the training. Aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of the level of technical training on the perception of professional activities coach ITF taekwondo. Material and methods. The studies included 107 instructors and trainers taekwondo ITF version. Student buy-degree holders was 33, I-III dan championship 69 and IV-VII dan 5 people. Last seen respondents ranged from 3 to 31 years. The study used a questionnaire survey. Results. The biggest differences in the hierarchy of professional activities has been a trainer for the organization of sports camps, among holders of advanced degrees and student-level I-III and carry out recruitment and selection among the least advanced and the coaches level IV to VII. Among the holders of a buy experienced four major professional activities cluster systems, with the holders of I-III five circuits, while in group IV-VII, the four complexes, bringing together different professional activities. Conclusions. The level of technical training of trainers varies taekwondo in terms of importance they attach to various professional activities, and the most important are: directing the preparation of technical, physical and tactical athletes who supplemented by directing the preparation of volitional sporting successes provide in taekwondo ITF. Structure professional activities deemed most important, allows classified taekwondo ITF as a sport version of the fight.