1Fakultet sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja, Novi Sad 2Fakultet sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja, Novi Sad
ATTITUDES OF FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF DIFFERENT RANKS TOWARDS TRAINING EXERCISES OF RECOVERY
STAVOVI FUDBALERA RAZLIČITOG RANGA TAKMIČENJA O TRENAŽNIM SREDSTVIMA OPORAVKA
Sport Mont 2009, VI(18-19-20), 149-152
Training exercises of recovery of sportsmen include both exercises implying hig- her level of training and exercises of optimal recovery of sportsmen. In order to use training exercises of recovery best way it is necessary to know how they react to the body of a sportsman concerning their character and length. It is also necessary to take into consideration the fact that human body adapts equally both to burden and adequ- ate recovery exercises. To increase the efficiency of training exercises of recovery it is inevitable to use different exercises and methods changing their use, that is, they should be applied in a complex way considering their change depending on sport activities and structure of training process. The aim of the study is to check and analyse attitudes of fooyball players of different ranks towards training exercises of recovery. The sample of examinees consists of 120 footballers of different ranks (super league of Serbia = 43, the first league of Serbia = 40 and Serbian league = 37). The sample of variables consists of the system of 10 attitudes (claims), and each attitude (claim) consists of 5 verbal ca- tegories (marked from -2 to +2). To determine multivariate and univariate significance of differences between footballers of different competition ranks multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) and univariate analysis of variance (ANOVA) have been ap- plied. Concerning the attitudes of training exercises of recovery statistically significant differences were got between the groups where 7 out of 10 attitudes were different. Con- cerning the correlation two types of attitudes were noticed. Footballers of different competition ranks do not have the same attitudes towards training exercises of recovery.
attitudes, training exercises of recovery, footballers