Ademaj, Fatmir and Demaj, Njomza and Shatri, Fikret and Gashi, Safet (2018) MORPHOLOGICAL AND SITUATIONAL-MOTORIC PARAMETERS OF THE JUNIOR HANDBALL PLAYERS. SPORT AND HEALTH International Journal of Sport Sciences and Health, 5 (9). pp. 92-98. ISSN 2545 - 4978

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Introduction: Today, handball game is more dynamic, where many beautiful and attractive actions are undertaken, where the sport of handball continues to develop on all its levels, whether by changing its rules, organization, quality trainings, etc. Methods: Approximately 55 junior handball players of 4 handball clubs that play in the handball Super-league of Kosovo were tested for the implementation of this scientific work, with anthropometric variables having a total of 7 seven variables, while motoric and situational-motoric variables were 12 variables. For the processing of results, the following criteria are applied: arithmetic mean, standard deviation, arithmetic mean error, maximum result, minimum result, skew - distribution symmetry, kurt - distribution peak, correlation (Pearson), correlation between two variables, differences between two variables. While other statistical parameters were also regression analysis - for prediction of the variables criterion from the predictive variables system. Discussions and Conclusions: Anthropometric variables have high inter-correlations, but this does not apply to situational-motoric variables. Anthropometric variables have realized connectivity with variables where the potential of explosive force and velocity comes into expression. Situational-motoric variables have valid correlation relations only when general basic skills are required in the situational tests. The impact of the motoric and situational-motoric variables system on the criterion: ‘20m dribbling between the obstacles’ is large, and this variable can be predicted with many variables of the predictive system. This is not the case with the criterion variable ‘Shooting on goal in motion’, which can only be predicted with the variable ‘Dribbling with ball between obstacles’, while the whole predictor system is not statistically valid in the prediction of criterion.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
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Date Deposited: 05 Jun 2019 08:31
Last Modified: 05 Jun 2019 08:31

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