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; Kaya and Canbaz, 2005 ; Riemer and Toon, 2001 ; Türksoy and şarkıcı, 2003 ). In light of the aforementioned arguments, determining coaching leadership behaviours that affect the motivation and self-efficacy of wrestlers with different characteristics is important to have an insight into this issue which may help enhance self-beliefs and motivation of athletes. Therefore, the current study aimed to determine the relationship between perceived coaching behaviour, motivation and self-efficacy in wrestlers who competed in the Super National Wrestling League. Material

References Kruszewski, A. (2004). Wrestling - the Basics of Training Theory and Practice. Warszawa: COS. [in Polish] Sadowski, J. & Gierczuk, D. (2009). Correlations between selected coordination motor abilities and technical skills of Greco-Roman wrestlers aged 14-15. Arch. Budo 5, 35-39. Barbas, I., Kouli O., Bebetsos E., Mirzaei B. & Curby D. G. (2011). The relationship between emotions and confidence among wrestling athletes in Greece. Int. J. Wrestling Science 1(1), 33-42. Gierczuk, D. (2008). Level of selected indicators of coordination motor

References Błach, W. (2005). Selected aspects of training and sport combat . Warszawa: COS. [in Polish] Cvetkoviæ, C., Mariæ J. & Mareliæ N. (2005). Technical efficiency of wrestlers in relation to some anthropometric and motor variables. Kinesiology vol. 37, no. 1, 74-83. Ranione, J. & Hughest B. (2004). Body-weigh fluctuation in collegiate wrestlers: implication of the national collegiate athletic association weight-certification program. Journal of athletic training , 39(2); 162-168. Rezasoltani, A. et al. (2005). Cervical muscle strength measurement in

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program of junior and senior wrestlers on strength]. In: I. Jukić, D. Milanović, S.Šimek (eds.) 5. godišnja međunarodna konferencija: Kondicijska priprema sportaša pp. 331-335. Kineziološki fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu i Udruga kondicijskih trenera Hrvatske. Drid P., M. Dokmanac, S. Obadov, S. Vujkov (2007) Trening u funkciji razvoja maksimalne snage vrhunskih rvača. [Training in function of developing maximal strength in elite wrestlers]. In: G. Bala (ed.) Antropološki status i fizička aktivnost dece, omladine i odraslih , 371 - 377. Novi Sad: Fakultet sporta i

specific sports (Skrzek et al., 2012). Repetitive loading with high components of translation and rotation is believed to result in high impact forces ( Adirim and Cheng, 2003 ; Gołaś et al., 2016; Jones et al., 2005 ; Muller et al., 2017; Sassmannshausen and Smith, 2002 ). Weightlifters and wrestlers need a highly developed strength capacity of abdominal and back muscles to compensate for these sport-specific loads ( Baur et al., 2010 ). In general, athletes show higher trunk extensor strength values ( Yahia et al., 2011 ) with smaller flexion-extension ratios of

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assessed elite-status athletes are limited ( Bennett et al., 2010 ; Peeters and Claessens, 2012 ) and there are no studies concerning the 2D:4D ratio in elite Greco-Roman wrestlers. Greco-Roman wrestling can only be executed by means of the upper body, with the ultimate goal of pinning the opponent’s shoulders to the mat. It demands high levels of power maneuvers that require both absolute whole-body strength and explosiveness, integrating a large isometric component for technical performance ( Barbas et al., 2011 ; Farzad et al., 2011 ). Recent rule changes in