Individual physical, mental and functional qualities require a well-trained training system that can deliver the very complex tasks outlined in the training objectives. The individualization of the training process and the permanent monitoring of performance is an effective way to maximize the physical and mental potential of military.
Specialized studies show how a fighter should physically be, not just any fighter, but the one who possesses the qualities and features of the ideal model, i.e. those elements that define the near-perfect fighter. The demands of the modern battlefield impose a high quality human potential that provides a good basis for the selection and training of fighters. Resistance to physical, climate, season and weather condition demands, to the prolonged efforts fighting requires is one of the important conditions of success. The paper presents information with particular impact in optimizing exercise capacity for future officers of the land forces, emphasizing once again the idea that a high level of motric ability is an essential objective.
The growing complexity of the physical and mental demands of the modern battlefield imposes an intensive program of instruction and education of the military meant to improve their performances. Through its specific training methods and means, judo ensures a complex set of motor and utilitarian-applicative skills and abilities, as well as a wide capacity of focusing attention and will, necessary in the fighter’s adjustment to the rapid and unexpected changes which appear during the combat
The entire training process aims at completing the professional training of the military so that they can maintain a high level of work capacity and combat ability, even under multiple demands. The morphological and functional characteristics of the military in this category require the organization and development of a well-planned, organized and managed training system that ensures that the assessment standards are met but at the same time does not produce physical, mental or functional disturbances of the body.
Physical training, a component of the sports training aims, besides the development of morphological and functional indexes of the body and mastering a rich system of motor skills and capabilities, the development and improvement of the basic motor qualities at high performance parameters. Most motor activities require the endowment of athletes with possibilities to make intensive efforts in a very short period of time. Therefore, the issue that is focusing on the study of this field is very important for achieving the targeted performance.
Physical qualities are crucial elements constituting the training process, along with the technical, psychological or tactical training.
The more the physical qualities, speed, agility, endurance and strength are developed, the greater the major functions of the body, especially breathing and circulation have a higher activity potential and the body appropriates easier and better a wide range of basic and practical-applied physical skills.
In the modern conception, providing superior indices for physical skills development has become a prerequisite to achieving superior performance, therefore it represents the priority number one of specialists in identifying increasingly more sophisticated methods to ensure efficiency.
The programme of training in the field of military physical education is directed towards developing an efficient motor capacity by ensuring superior development gauges for basic motor skills and for the motor skills and aptitudes specific to the military system, as well as towards developing the body resilience to stress, enhancing productivity and the mental alarm state of mind, elements playing an important role in improving the combat capacity. In the economy of the formative process, the basic motor and utility-applicable skills represent the essence of an advanced level of training in the field of physical education, so that their development, strenghening and improvement will always be a constant priority objective of training.
Due to the complex, unique, multiple demands they exert on the human body through the skills, competences and abilities, they develop as well as by contributing to the development of motor skills, fighting sports represent an effective way of preparing the military to respond to the rigors imposed by the modern war. The strikes with arms and with auxiliary equipment (light weapons, bayonets, raffles, daggers or small shovels) are part of the basic techniques used in close fight, which, if well-mastered, developed and perfected, contribute to the success of the battle.
The complexity of military actions on the modern battlefield, as well as the increase in high-tech weaponry call for a professional instruction system that requires an optimal organization, in order to be effective. The efforts to achieve this purpose are mainly targeting the didactic strategies. The paper presents a brief exposition of the forms and methods of instruction used in preparing military students, with focus on the major impacting methods used along this complex process.
The human resource and the manner in which it is conducted represents for the military organization a prerequisite for achieving success, therefore the concern for improving and maximizing the leadership capacity to lead effectively has always been in the attention of the specialists. The paper presents the essential aspects characterizing the military organization, some of the qualities that the military leader must use in order to manage some of the problems that can arise and endanger the good functioning of the organizations. Among these, conflict management is an extraordinary ability of the military leader, with visible effects in achieving success and representing, in the opinion of many specialists, a cornerstone of successful leadership in the military organization.