Keywords : sports biochemistry
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1482-1498
Today, modern achievements in martial arts are so great that without systematic training from a young age, one cannot count on a high performance of an athlete. World practice shows that at the present stage of development of sambo, a type of combat sports that has arisen and is gaining popularity at the present time, requires certain scientific research.
Every year sambo wrestling is gaining a large number of people involved in this sport. This can be clearly seen in the competition of the championships of the republic, Asia and the world, which requires a special scientific approach to improve the quality of training of highly qualified athletes. In recent decades, sambo has become one of the most popular sport in the world. However, there are not enough studies aimed at optimizing training means at the stage of sports improvement with the introduction of competitive load into the training process, taking into account the approximate number of fights and their duration.
An important legal basis for the reforms carried out in this direction is the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan "About Physical Culture and Sports" and other regulatory legal acts aimed at attracting citizens, especially youth, women and children, to physical culture and sport. Young men and women defending the honor of the national flag, professionals of individual and game disciplines, demonstrating exceptional training and phenomenal skill at representative forums, eloquently confirm that they represent a country with rich sports traditions.