Psychophysiological markers of success in freestyle wrestling

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Fifteen male students of 15-18 aged engaged in free wrestling and 36 non-sport students were surveyed. The functionality of the CNS was evaluated by computer chronoreflexometry for complex visual-motor response to color stimuli (CVMR-3), which included the production and modification of a dynamic stereotype. The anxiety level was determined using the Spilberger test. The results of the research give a reason to consider as markers of success in the free struggle: the level of personal and situational anxiety and its differences; the time, the number of errors, the standard deviation and the Amo CVMR in the development and modification of the dynamic stereotype, the Centre's operational reliability and reserve capabilities are assessed, and psychophysiological criteria of success in free wrestling are taken into account in the selection of students for sports groups of the Children's and Youth Sports School, schools and colleges of the Olympic reserve.


Sportsmen, freestyle wrestling, anxiety, central nervous system (cns), computer chronoreflexometry

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