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  • Author: Fabiana Martinescu-Bădălan x
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Communication and Their Role in The Preparation and Presentation of The Basketball Referee

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The present paper wishes to start from the premise that we are preparing to express, namely that there is a correlation between the degree of preparation of the basketball referees and their results during the games, between their actual training and the performance we observe. The basketball referee is the person who judges all phases of the game, taking decisions in fractions of a second. For this the referee needs interdisciplinary training, yet not forgetting that he is often selftaught, learning and taking over from field specialists.

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Methodological Design of Action for Military Students, in View of Facilitating the Physical Training Objectives

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For us, didactic design is a process that provides the contents, objectives, methods and means of training of military students for their assessment. As in any training, we were forced to think about their needs in order to be able to work out the work schedules. In order to obtain high results in the activity of subjects we need objectives of general and specific physical training as well as psychomotric training.

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Study on the Importance of Land-Centered Training for the Freestyle Swimming Technique for Military Students

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Swimming is a very important component of the military training. This can be proven by the fact that swimming is a beneficial sport for the human body because the joints are not tensed like in running, increases heart rate, but also stimulates blood circulation. At the same time, while swimming, absolutely all muscle groups are involved, which means automatically shaping them and, over time, increasing the body’s resistance.

The study found the following:

• students’ results at the 50 m freestyle swimming test are positively influenced if an additional training program is respected;

• additional physical training leads to improved performance.

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Training Program for Military Students for the Improvement of the Freestyle Swimming Method

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In this paper we wanted to demonstrate that improving swimming performance, even over a short period of time, requires a centralized training program. The subjects of the research were checked on a distance of 50m freestyle before and after the application of the centralized training program, and the results were compared with those from the control group who did not benefit from the centralized training program, the latter ones having participated only in the classes of the approved syllabus. All the results from the research were interpreted objectively, the resulting figures being the actual support of this study. The tests and the program applied proved relevant in view of the purpose of this study

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Possitive Effects of Movement Performed in Water

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Given the effects that swimming has on the body, the improvement of general health and recreation, it can be considered a mass sport. It can be practiced from the first months of life to old age, because the effort can be modified at least according to age and health.

It is one of the most complete sports because of the changes it brings to the body as well as the hygiene conditions in which it is practiced. It is beneficial to all functions, organs, exerts an increased demand for all muscle groups as well as general body attitude.

Swimming is recognized as a very enjoyable, relaxing and prophylactic activity that almost everyone can enjoy.

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Integration of Skiing in the Process of Training and Developing Fighting Skills and Abilities

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Thanks to the great benefits of using the skis in military actions, of which we can remember the great maneuverability and the possibility of using the element of surprise by organizing incursions and ambushes in difficult accessible areas covered by snow or ice in any weather condition, the development of the specific skills of this type of training is a priority objective in the training of the soldiers for the success of the fighting actions during winter time.

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History and Debut of the Ski-Mountaineering

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Since ancient times, skiing has been a way of moving, born out of a spirit of survival. The usefulness of this means of transportation has undergone numerous transformations with implications in terms of utility-applied aspect as well as in the area of sports and recreation. Military Physical Education, as a component of military training, includes utility-applied skiing, focusing in particular on cross-country skiing and ski touring. The modern battlefield requires military training in increasingly complex and new areas in this century, with a focus on the formation of well-trained and multispecialized armies of professionals, to the detriment of mass armies. Ski-mountaineering has increasingly evolved over the last few years, due to the possibility of reaching relatively fast on the ridge tips and lowering even faster, eliminating the barriers imposed by the relief. As the name calls it, it combines the techniques and procedures of skiing with mountaineering.

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