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SRP. 2020; 11(9): 278-281

Features of Training Cadets in Physical Education in Military Institutions of Higher Education

Olena Konokh, Yevhen Karabanov, Nataliia Denysenko, Igor Sukhenko, Mykola Koteliukh, Ruslan Shevchenko.


The article is devoted to the problem of improving the process of physical education in military universities in order to develop physical qualities and the formation of military-applied motor skills of cadets who are future specialists in air defense of the Ukrainian Army, to ensure the effectiveness of their professional activities. The object of research is the process of physical education in military universities. The subject of the research is the content, means, methods and forms of motor development of cadets, who are future specialists, in the process of military pentathlon. Research of bases of development of physical qualities and formation of military-applied skills of cadets who are future experts, in the course of physical training ┬╗reveals features of system of physical training functioning in military higher school of establishments, presents requirements of modern professional military (combat) activity to physical preparation of future specialists, describes applied military sports as an effective means of developing motor skills and the formation of applied skills in cadets of military universities, determines the scientific and methodological foundations of military pentathlon and its place in the system of physical education of cadets.

Key words: Physical education, military pentathlon, motor qualities development, health and fitness competences, cadets

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