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Differences between boys in martial arts and non-sportsman boys at the age of 12 in some anthropological characteristics


Baić, Mario; Sertić, Hrvoje; Segedi, Ivan
Differences between boys in martial arts and non-sportsman boys at the age of 12 in some anthropological characteristics // 3rd international scientific conference ; Biala Podlaska/Poljska ; 30-31.svibanj 2005
Poljska, 2005. (poster, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Differences between boys in martial arts and non-sportsman boys at the age of 12 in some anthropological characteristics

Autori
Baić, Mario ; Sertić, Hrvoje ; Segedi, Ivan

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
3rd international scientific conference ; Biala Podlaska/Poljska ; 30-31.svibanj 2005 / - , 2005

Mjesto i datum
Poljska, 14-15.04. 2005

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Nesportaši; borilački sportovi; razlike
(Non-sportsmen; martial arts; differences)

Sažetak
The sample of participants was 224 boys of the age of 12. 127 boys are from Martial arts (67 judo, 60 wrestling), 97 boys are non-sportsmen who didn’ t participate in any organised sport, except during physical education classes in school, which take place twice a week for 45 minutes.Boys who are in judo had an average training tenure of 41, 71 months, and along with physical education classes, they attended training sessions in their clubs an average of 3, 09 times a week. Boys wrestlers had an average sporting tenure of 16, 02 months, and average number of 3, 13 training sessions per week. Samples of participants were tested with a battery of 11 tests for evaluating anthropometrical characteristics (ATV-body height, ATT-body weight, AOP-latitude of forearm, ANN-wrinkle of upper arm), motor abilities ; coordination (MPN-polygon backwards), flexibility (MPR-forward arm stretch with legs apart), power (MSD-long jump from standing position), speed of movement (MTR-tapping with hand), static force (MIV-hang time), relative strength (MPT-trunk lifting) and functional abilities (F6-6 minutes running). The training process is a long term process of developing the physical, psychological, technical and tactical capacities of an athlete which reflects on the improvement and stabilisation of competitive results (Vittori 1984, according to Milanović 1997). The training process has a positive affect on an athlete. By testing the difference between boys athletes and non-athletes of the age of 12 we proved that boys athletes (in this case boys from the Martial Arts) are, even at this age, dominant in almost every ability compared to boys non-sportsmen of the same age who develop their anthropological status only in physical education classes, two times a week for 45 minutes. Previously, it had already been proved (Sertić et al 1997, Vračan et al 2004), and now it has been confirmed that exercise twice a week doesn’ t bring any improvement in the anthropological status of children. Children athletes even at this young age are starting to develop faster and in a more positive way than children non-athletes of the same age. Practicing Marial Arts has proven to be beneficial for developing all abilities and characteristics of a person’ s anthropological status.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Socijalne djelatnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
0034214

Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Hrvoje Sertić, (214340)