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THE INFLUENCE OF MOTOR ABILITIES ON LEARNING OF ALPINE SKI TECHNIQUE


Cigrovski, Vjekoslav; Božić, Igor; Prlenda, Nikola
THE INFLUENCE OF MOTOR ABILITIES ON LEARNING OF ALPINE SKI TECHNIQUE // SportLogia, 8 (2012), 2; 188-201 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
THE INFLUENCE OF MOTOR ABILITIES ON LEARNING OF ALPINE SKI TECHNIQUE

Autori
Cigrovski, Vjekoslav ; Božić, Igor ; Prlenda, Nikola

Izvornik
SportLogia (1986-6089) 8 (2012), 2; 188-201

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

Ključne riječi
Alpine skiing ; learning ; motor abilities ; morphological characteristics

Sažetak
The research determined influence of motor abilities on alpine ski learning. Moreover, the aim was also to estimate the contribution of some morphological characteristics to acquisition of ski knowledge. At the beginning of the study, participants were tested by tests evaluating balance, agility, explosive and static strength, movement frequency and flexibility. After evaluation of motor abilities, basic morphological characteristics were noted and then participants entered a seven days alpine ski course. Acquired alpine ski knowledge was assessed through demonstration of seven elements of alpine ski technique, by five independent judges. Data analysis showed positive influence of agility on all tested elements of alpine ski technique (traversing, Beta=0.38 ; Beta=0.26 ; uphill turn, Beta=0.33 ; Beta=0.23 ; basic turn, Beta=0.18 ; parallel turn, Beta=0.32 ; short turn, Beta=0.34). Subjects' results in squat endurance test assessing the static leg strength contribute to learning uphill turn (Beta=0.19), basic turn (Beta=0.35) and parallel turn (Beta=0.27). Test used to measure balance (single leg balance test) significantly influences learning of basic elements of alpine ski technique (traversing right, Beta=0.23 ; traversing left, Beta=0.28 ; uphill turn to the left, Beta=0.24). Body height has a negative effect on alpine ski learning (Beta=-0.5), indicating that taller ski beginners tend to have more difficulties during alpine ski learning than shorter alpine ski beginners. According to our results, agility, static leg strength and balance are the motor abilities with the greatest influence on beginners' alpine ski learning.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pedagogija



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Projekt / tema
034-0000000-2340 - Biomehanička efikasnost vrhunskih hrvatskih sportaša (Ljubomir Antekolović, )
034-0342282-2402 - Znanje o prehrani i prehrambene navike sportaša (Branka Matković, )

Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb

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