SSP Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine

ISSN (2003-1521)

Volume 1 September 2018

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Author’s : Ratko Pavlović*¹, Wilson Mariz de Oliveira²

¹Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of East Sarajevo, BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

²School of Physical Education and Sports, University of São Paulo – São Paulo, BRASIL

Corresponding Author Email : pavlovicratko@yahoo.com

Abstract : Kinematic parameters often crucially influence the performance in athletic disciplines. This is especially evident for top athletes who have almost identical morphological, motor and functional parameters. The differences that affect the sporting result are generally attributed to a better performance technique that is often the consequence of the different values of the individual’s kinematic parameters. This study analyzes the differences between the defined kinematic parameters in the discipline triple jump. The sample included 16 female athletes who competed in the finals of the World Championships (Berlin, 2009 and Daegu, 2011) and a total of 22 kinematic parameters were selected. The results were obtained by applying the T-test module for small independent samples, confirming the differences between women’s finalists in Berlin and Daegu. Statistically significant differences were recorded only in five (5) out of twenty-two (22) kinematic parameters (23%). Statistically significant differences were achieved in the rebound angle of hopping (Hopº, T=4,008; p<0.001); vertical speed of hopping (VVo Hop m/s, T=4,915; p<0,001), where the finalists in Berlin had higher values as well as contact phase duration of hop (T=-2,744; p<0,016), step (T=-2,949; p<0,011), jump (T=-3,087; p<0,004), it is also evident that athletes in Berlin had, on average, shorter time of contact phase in all three parameters (hop, step, jump). An inverse relationship between the speed and the angle of rebounding of the competitors was noticed in both finals, which is a consequence of the speed reduction in each jump, where athletes use a greater swing with free extremities.

Keywords: : finalist athletes, triple jump, kinematic parameters, differences

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Author,s : Nikola Radulović¹, Ratko Pavlović*², Ilona Mihajlović¹, Milan Šolaja¹, Marko Gušić¹

¹Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Novi Sad, SERBIA

²Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University of East Sarajevo, BIH

Corresponding Author Email : pavlovicratko@yahoo.com

Abstract : The research was conducted with the aim of examining the influence and relations of certain motor skills with the achievement of the results in the sprinting run at 100m. The sample included a total of 108 pupils of a younger school age of the elementary school “Svetozar Marković” from Sjenica (Serbia), 52 boys and 56 girls, based on whom a nominal scale was formed. For the assessment of motor skills, a battery of prediction tests for power assessment was used, as follows: number of push-ups (n) (SKL), throwing the medicine ball from lying on the back (m)/(MED), flexed arm hang (s)/(ZGI), two tests were used for the assessment of coordination: ball handling (s)/(LOP), leg slalom with two balls (s)/(SLA). In addition, the tests for the assessment of the flexibility were used: forward bend on the bench (cm)/(PRE), twist with the stick (cm)/(ISK). A standardized test was applied to assess the motor skills of speed, which represented the criterion variable – the result achieved in running at 100 m (s). The connection of the system of predictor variables with the criterion variable was calculated by linear regression analysis, the results of the research showed that, based on the results of the prediction system of variables, the sprint speed of the run can be foreseen in a statistically significant manner. The results of the partial correlation showed that the speed of running at 100m was largely determined by the variable LOP (ppart=0,02) in the boys, by power variables (MED, p = 0.00) and (ZGI, p = 0.04) in the girls, then the variables for assessment of coordination (LOP, p=0.00) and (SLA, p=0.03) as the best predictors in the statistical significance of the whole system.

Keywords: anthropological space, sprinting speed, age periods.

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Author : Andrew Hague

Professor of Advanced Medicine, Honorary Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Sciences, President of CellSonic Limited, UK2

Corresponding Author Email : cellsonic.beauty@gmail.com

Abstract : The interdependence of all living things affects human health. Food is more than energy alone. There are varieties of minerals that are balanced by the body according to its needs and what it does not need is expelled. If they remain, they cause problems.

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Author : Andrew Hague

Professor of Advanced Medicine, Honorary Fellow of the International Academy of Medical Sciences, President of CellSonic Limited, UK2

Corresponding Author Email : cellsonic.beauty@gmail.com

Abstract : Everyone can be placed somewhere on an exercise continuum with the idle at one end and the hyperactive at the other. At both extremes, health suffers. Exercise is essential to health and managing it is the responsibility of individuals but few know what they should do. Doctors seldom teach how to be healthy and act only when repair is needed.

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Author : Pietro Montesano

Adjunct Professor Department of Motor Sciences and Wellness, University of Naples “Parthenope”

Corresponding Author Email : pieromontesano@libero.it

Abstract : The research was conducted on a sample of 20 young (13-16 age) athletes (Montesano, Mazzeo, Tafuri, 2016) practicing football in order to verify the methodological choices in football influence, very often, the learning of the technical knowledge necessary to allow the athletes to carry out a fruitful sports activity. Tue proposals-stimuli, in the youth football, must be provided to the subjects in evolutionary age, with diver¬sified methods appropriate to their age and skills. Tue analytical method vs. global method dilemma must be solved by the coach-instructor according to the game situations and the specific exercises, keeping in mind that football is a sport with a high level of variability.

The study was conducted with observational method and detection with manual and computerized, from October 2016 to March 2017, with general test and diversified technical tests consisting in the speed test performed with and without the ball on a slalom course of 20 meters and checking the percentage of accuracy of shots on goal. The athletes were divided into group A and group B, and participated in all the training provided by the technical staff. Only the group B, consisting of 10 athletes, were given 20 additional sessions training to improve the learning of coordinative and conditional skills.

The final results verified at the end vintage racing, have denoted performance improvement with particular reference to the percentage of accuracy of shots on goal, estimated at about 2.5-3%. Athletes of the group B, who claimed to have received benefits from participation in extra sessions with the Pilates method as they have found a uniform muscle toning and improved control of breathing, have denoted the largest percentage increases but also some of the group A, motivated to perform workouts with greater concentration, showed an improvement in the performance of a few percentage points.

Keywords: Football fundamentals, Methodology, Coordination skills, Conditional skills, Shoots.

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