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Utjecaj specifičnih motoričkih sposobnosti i znanja na izvedbu karate kata kod mladih karatista


Čavala, Marijana; Jukić, Josefina; Čavar, Mile
Utjecaj specifičnih motoričkih sposobnosti i znanja na izvedbu karate kata kod mladih karatista // Acta Kinesiologica, 9 (2015), 2; 18-22 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Utjecaj specifičnih motoričkih sposobnosti i znanja na izvedbu karate kata kod mladih karatista
(The Influence of the Spscific Motoric Abilities and Knowledges on the Karate Kata Performance in Young Karate Players)

Autori
Čavala, Marijana ; Jukić, Josefina ; Čavar, Mile

Izvornik
Acta Kinesiologica (1840-2976) 9 (2015), 2; 18-22

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Karate ; specifična motorika ; tehnika ; regresija
(Karate ; specific motorics ; technique ; kata ; regression)

Sažetak
The aim of this research was to define mutual determination of the specific motoric abilities (situational karate tests), motoric knowledge (karate techniques) and success in performing karate kata in young cadets and cadets aged 11- 12 and 13-14 years. With this aim, the group of 6 situational motoric tests was applied on the sample of 40 younger cadets and 40 cadets, alongside with assessment of 6 basic karate technique elements. The variable of the criterion was made of the overall grade of the 2 karate kata as kata success. The regression analysis showed that the best kata performance success predictor in young cadets is, except for the specific agility, the speed of the gedan barai- gyaku tsuki combination (block kick) performance, while the best predictor in cadets is gedan barai blockade speed performance. Among the karate techniques (kicks) applied, the best predictor of the kata efficiency performance in young cadets is the quality of the mawashi geri and gyaku tsuki - uraken realisation, while in cadets the best success predictor is the quality of the kizame tsuki -gyaku tsuki kick performance. It is evident that agility as a motoric ability dominates the karate sport, it interlaces through the energetic fight position movements, and fast and explosive hand swings, abundant in the karate katas. The alternate lunges, turns, swings, kicks and blockades demand a high level of a karate player`s specific motoric abilities development and technical efficiency.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kineziologija



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Split