THE INFLUENCE OF AGILITY INDICATORS ON FORMATION OF VOCATIONAL READINESS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

Authors

  • Andrii Andres Lviv Polytechnic National University
  • Valerii Kryzhanovskyj Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture</p> <p>Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine
  • Inesa Krasovska National Aerospace University "KHAI"
  • Olena Bodnarchuk Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Olena Khanikiants Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Andrii Mandiuk Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Olha Rymar Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Alla Solovey Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Nataliya Sorokolit Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Markiian Stefanyshyn Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
  • Marta Yaroshyk Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2023vol1.7105

Keywords:

cadets, important qualities, professionally psychophysical training, students, servicemen

Abstract

The experience of warfare in Ukraine proves the importance of increasing the degree of psychophysical readiness in law enforcement officers. The aim - to determine the significance of the main components of physical readiness of law enforcement officers for productive work performing. Material and methods: Servicemen (n=368) of the National Guard of Ukraine were interviewed. Spearman's rank correlation analysis of indicators` interrelation was carried out. The opinions of experts and beginners reliably differed on a number of indicators. Coordination of movements was significantly correlated with relatively the largest number of indicators of physical readiness, as well as psychological performance of servicemen. It has been established that agility is related to concentration, endurance, span and switching of attention. Conclusions: For the successful professional growth of the students of educational institutions of the National Guard of Ukraine, it is necessary to develop their agility, and especially coordination of movements. It is associated with improving the speed and strength of the officers of the National Guard of Ukraine, as well as attention and logical thinking.

 

 

 

Author Biographies

  • Andrii Andres, Lviv Polytechnic National University
    Associate Professor of the Department of Physical Education
  • Valerii Kryzhanovskyj, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture</p> <p>Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine
    post graduate student
  • Inesa Krasovska, National Aerospace University "KHAI"
    Associate Professor of the Department of Geoinformation Technologies and Space Monitoring
  • Olena Bodnarchuk, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Olena Khanikiants, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Andrii Mandiuk, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Senior Teacher of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Culture
  • Olha Rymar, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Alla Solovey, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Nataliya Sorokolit, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education
  • Markiian Stefanyshyn, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Winter Sports
  • Marta Yaroshyk, Ivan Bobersky Lviv State University of Physical Culture
    Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methodology of Physical Education

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2023-07-03