E-ISSN: 2548-0294
Gender Differences In Development Of Explosive Power And Rapidity In Schoolchildren Aged 14-15 Years Old [J Int Anatolia Sport Sci ]
J Int Anatolia Sport Sci . 2018; 3(2): 294-304 | DOI: 10.22326/ijass.40

Gender Differences In Development Of Explosive Power And Rapidity In Schoolchildren Aged 14-15 Years Old

Marko Joksimovic1, Zsolt Németh2, Iryna Skrypchenko3, Milomir Trivun4, Marko Pantovic5
1Student Of Master Studies At The Faculty Of Physical Education And Sport, University Of East Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina
2Department Of Theory And Practice Of Sports, Institute Of Sport Science And Physical Education, University Of Pécs, Hungary
3Water Sport Department, Prydniprovska State Academy Physical Culture And Sport, Ukraine
4Faculty Of Physical Education And Sport, University Of East Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina 5 Water Polo Federation Of Serbia, Serbia
5Water Polo Federation of Serbia, Serbia

The primary task of physical education is the harmonious development of all anthropological parameters and characteristics of children. Knowing the motor skills of pupils, male and female, is directly related to the effects of physical education classes and the development of individual motor skills. The aim of this research was to determine the differences in the quantitative motor skills between boys and girls. The sample includes a population of 42 primary school students from primary school Serbia in East Sarajevo, aged 14 ± 0.5 years divided into two sub-categories. The variable long-jump variation (MDSM-cm) has been used to estimate the explosive power, while the variable 30 meters sprint (MT30V-sec) has been used to estimate the acceleration. By analyzing the T-test, statistically significant differences between boys and girls have been found.

Keywords: Testosteron, sex, step lenght, morphological characteristics

Marko Joksimovic, Zsolt Németh, Iryna Skrypchenko, Milomir Trivun, Marko Pantovic. Gender Differences In Development Of Explosive Power And Rapidity In Schoolchildren Aged 14-15 Years Old. J Int Anatolia Sport Sci . 2018; 3(2): 294-304

Corresponding Author: Marko Joksimovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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