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The impact of the initial status of motor abilities on mastering motor proficiency in rhythmic sports gymnastics

Đurđica Miletić ; Faculty of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Education, University of Split, Croatia
Ljerka Srhoj ; Faculty of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Education, University of Split, Croatia
Dobromir Bonacin ; Automatic data processing, DP “Jadrantrans”, Split, Croatia

Puni tekst: engleski pdf 1.352 Kb

str. 66-76

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The relations of some motor tests in the initial status to successfulness in rhythmic sports gymnastics (RSG) after a six - month learning process were investigated on the sample of 100 eleven - year - old pupils. The predictor system consisted of motor tests for evaluating coordination, realization of rhythmic structures, balance, flexibility, movement frequency, explosive and repetitive power. The criterion variables were represented by three rhythmic compositions, which are officially carried out at national championships for the category of girls in the required all-around RSG competitions. The most significant correlation to successful performance of RSG compositions was recorded with the tests of flexibility, strength and coordination in rhythm. The test of legs movement frequency (MBFTAZ) has an outstanding predictive value in the compositions with hand apparatus. The obtained pieces of information can be used in training sessions for developing such motor abilities that exhibit the greatest correlation to the performance, and, consequently, can show how to direct the training process in order to improve the final performance of the composition.

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rhythmic sports gymnastics, motor tests, performance

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