1Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Fakultet za sport (Novi Sad, Srbija) 2Sportska Akademija (Beograd, Srbija)
THE INFLUENCE OF SOME ANTHROPOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS AND MOTOR ABILITIES ON AGILITY IN YOUNG FEMALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS
UTICAJ NEKIH ANTROPOMETRIJSKIH KARAKTERISTIKA I MOTORIČKIH SPOSOBNOSTI NA AGILNOST MLADIH ODBOJKAŠICA
Sport Mont 2015, XIII(43-44-45), 169-175
The success in volleyball certainly depends on the morphological characteristics of the formed volleyball players, of which the basic body height and weight, which can be valorized in view of the current age of volleyball players (Marelić et al, 2008). As in all sports activities, as well as volleyball, no technical element can not be performed without adequate motor abilities and fully manifested without rational techniques of performing motion. The aim of this research is to determine whether there is a stati¬sti¬ca¬lly significant correlation between certain anthropometric characteristics and motor abilities in relation to the agility of an isolated motor abilities that are the subject of this research. Methods: In a sample of 16 selected girls aged 14 to 16 years (cadet age) participating in the camp Becej 2006, were measured two anthropometric mea¬su¬res for evaluation of morphological characteristics, three tests for evaluation of motor abi¬lities (both as predictor) and two tests for assessing agility (as criterion). The influ¬en¬ce of some anthropometric characteristics and motor abilities on agility in young fe¬male volleyball players lities was performed by regression analysis. Results: It can be con¬cluded that the system applied predictor variables showed no statistically sig¬ni¬fi¬cant association with variable Japan test, while the variable Jelka test a statistically sig¬ni¬ficant correlation. Discussion: Based on the overall analysis of the obtained re¬sults it was discovered that the explosive power (long jump from the place) and the speed of individual movements (hand tapping) have a high level of correlation with agi¬lity were detected in female volleyball players, which is based on previous research (Vu¬kovic, 1989) was and expected. Similar results were also other researchers (Webb and Lander, 1983; Negrete and Brophy, 2000).
Smajic, M., Kuljanin, T., Savic, M., Korac, K., Vasic, G., & Tomic, B. (2015). The influence of some anthropometric characteristics and motor abilities on agility in young female volleyball players. Sport Mont, XIII(43-44-45), 169-175.
Smajic, Miroslav, Kuljanin, Tiana, Savic, Milica, Korac, Ksenija, Vasic, Goran, and Tomic, Bogdan. "THE INFLUENCE OF SOME ANTHROPOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS AND MOTOR ABILITIES ON AGILITY IN YOUNG FEMALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS." Sport Mont, vol. XIII, no. 43-44-45, 2015, pp. 169-175.
Smajic, Miroslav, Kuljanin, Tiana, Savic, Milica, Korac, Ksenija, Vasic, Goran, and Tomic, Bogdan. "THE INFLUENCE OF SOME ANTHROPOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS AND MOTOR ABILITIES ON AGILITY IN YOUNG FEMALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS." Sport Mont XIII, no. 43-44-45 (2015). 169-175.