1University “St. Cyril and Methodius”, Faculty for physical education, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia 2Business Academy Smilevski, Bitola, Republic of Macedonia
FREQUENCY OF MOVEMENTS WITH STUDENTS HAVING A LONGITUDINAL PATTERN OF OBSERVATION
FREKVENCIJA POKRETA UČENICIMA KROZ LONGITUDINALNO PROMATRANJE
Sport Mont 2013, XI(37-38-39), 232-235
The research has been conducted on 200 school boys. They had three motor tests to assess the movement frequency. Each measurement was carried out on the same entities in four successive years, starting when they were at their fifth grade, and then at their sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. The aim was to establish the process of changing the frequency of movement as motor ability. The obtained results suggest that the more advanced in age school children get, the better results they achieve.
development of school children, motor tests, longitudinal process of change