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The factor structure of situational-motor tests for judo

Branko Kuleš ; Zavod za kineziologiju sporta, Fakultet za fizičku kulturu Sveučilišta u Zagrebu

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str. 109-115

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The sample of this study involved 91 participants, students at the Faculty of Physical Education in Zagreb, who had all attended 75 hours of judo classes. The latent structure of the situational-motor tests for judo was analysed. The students had to undergo 17 situational-motor tests. The intended objective in measuring of these tests were the abilities need to carry out motor tasks that are required in the standing position and on the floor. By means of application of the component model of factor analysis, five major components were extracted and transformed into the orthoblique position. The obtained factors were interpreted as coordination on the floor, coordination in standing position, agility in the air, absolute strength, and relative strength on the floor. The results were congruent with the original hypothesis but they require further study, particularly on a sample of judoists in order to check of the isolated situational latent dimensions.

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judo, students of physical education, tests, battery structure,

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