. Revista de Educaţie Fizică, Sport şi Ştiinte Conexe
12 octombrie 2016

Objectives. The paper deals with the substantial part of the organization and carrying out of the psychological training in the annual cycle of training sessions of judoka at the initial stage of training. Methods. The psycho diagnosis has been conducted in the sport institutions of the city of Ivano-Frankivsk (Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine) among 270 male judoka, aged 10-12. The following methods have been used: theoretical – the scientific and methodological sources analysis, synthesis, comparison and generalization of the obtained data; the practical ones – observation, discussion, the “ascertaining” and “forming” experiments, questionnaire poll, testing (Spielberger’s State-Trait Anxiety Questionnaire, Motivation Questionnaire, J. Rotter’s methods of measuring the subjective control level, Subjective Self-Rating Questionnaire, V. Morosanova and E. Konoz’s method of diagnosing the self-regulation indices, the FPI Test), mathematical statistics methods, the author’s psychological training program aiming at facilitating the judoka’ self-regulation at the initial stage of their training. Results. The conducted psychological training with the psychological correction elements aiming at the development of the psychomotor and personal qualities enabled the improvement of using various fight techniques and tactical means by the sportsmen of the experimental group. The young judoka improved their understanding of the fight strategy while training and contesting. The positive results of the training influence reflected on the constructive system of establishing relationships with the friends, rivals, and relatives. The use of the psycho-correctional program enabled the significant rise of the judoka’ self-regulation level in training and contesting. The experimental group members acquired the ability to realize and functionally combine the effective regulatory parts. Conclusions. The research results proved experimentally that the important criterion of optimizing the psychological, technical, tactical and physical training of judoka is the formation of their psychomotor processes, namely the functional motility, nervous system forces, the latent period of the simple and complex visual-motor reactions.