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Physical Characteristics Of Female Basketball Players According To Playing Position

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Algerian Sport High School as Comprehensive Approach for Improving Public Education System

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Differences in selected coordinaton abilities between pupils with communication ability disorder and able-bodied pupils

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Exit School and its Outcomes on Health-Related Fitness

References 1. DRAGAN, C. & T. S. OSTOJIĆ, 2013. Assessment of Physical Fitness in Children and Adolescents. Physical Education and Sport. 11 (2): 135-145. 2. JOHN, H. & M. A. ERIC M, 2013. International Guide to Student Achievement . London: Routledge. 3. JONATAN, R., V. J. ESPAÑA-ROMERO, CASTRO-PIÑERO & J. C. MANUEL, 2017. ALPHA-fitness test battery: health-related field-based fitness tests assessment in children and adolescents. Nutr Hosp, 1210-1214. doi:10.3305/nh.2011.26.6.5270. 4. JØRGENSEN, S. E., X. LIU & R. COSTANZA, 2010

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Relationship between Upper Body Strength and Performance at Canoe Freestyle

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Anthropometric and Cardiovascular Variables of Elite Athletes

physiological profile of Iranian junior elite gymnasts. Acta Universitatis. Series Physical Education and Sport. 11(1), 35-41. 4. ARRIAZA, E., C. RODRÍGUEZ, C. CARRASCO, C. MARDONES, L. NIEDMANN & A. LÓPEZ-FUENZALIDA, 2016. Anthropometric characteristics of elite rhythmic gymnasts. Int. J. Morphol. 34(1): 17-22. 5. AVILA-CARVALHO, L., P. KLENTROU, M. L. PALOMERO & E. LEBRE, 2012. Body composition profile of elite group rhythmic gymnasts. Science of Gymnastics Journal 4(1):21-32, 2012. 6. BALDARI, C. & L. GUIDETTI, 2001. VO2max

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Performance Motivation of Bratislava University Students

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Method of Observation and their Effects in the Selection of Potential Football Goalkeepers

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Effects of a 6-Month Conditioning Program on Motor and Sport Performance in The Group of Children’s Fitness Competitors


The aim of our study was to determine changes in sport and motor performance of competitors in the category of children’s fitness as a result of conditioning training intervention. We conducted a two-group simultaneous experiment. Experimental group (EG) and control group (CG) consisted of 18 girls competing in the 12 to 15 years old age categories. EG performed supervised conditioning program over a period of 25 weeks with training frequency 3 times per week. Based on the results of physical tests, competitive and expert assessments of sport performance in the children’s fitness category we found significant effect of our conditioning program to increase sport and motor performance in the experimental group. Subsequently, these improvements could lead to success in domestic and international competitions where they occupied the leading positions. Significant relationships (EG = 19; CG = 10) were found between competitive and expert assessments as well as physical tests results, between expert and competitive assessments of physiques and routines. These changes manifested positively not only in the competitive assessment of the physique but also in the expert “blind“ assessment in the competitive discipline of the physique presentation in quarter turns where we observed significant improvements in the EG. Based on the obtained results we recommend to increase the ratio of conditioning training to gymnastic-dance training to 50 %, inclusion of strengthening and plyometric exercises into the training process and monitor regularly the level of general and specific abilities of the competitors in the individual mezocycles of the annual training cycle.

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Immediate And Retention Effects Of Teaching Games For Understanding Approach On Basketball Knowledge

References 1. ALLISON, S. and R. THORPE, 1997. A comparison of the effectiveness of two approaches to teaching games within physical education. A skills approach versus games for understanding approach. In: British Journal of Physical Education , 28 (3), p. 9-13. 2. BUTLER, J. I. and L.L. GRIFFIN, 2010. More teaching games for understanding: Moving globally. Human Kinetics. ISBN-13: 978-0-7360-8334-8. 3. COHEN, J., 1988. Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences (2nd edition). Hillsdale: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, 1988

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