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The Evaluation Of Young Football And Basketball Players In Terms Of Different Agility Tests [J Int Anatolia Sport Sci ]
J Int Anatolia Sport Sci . 2017; 2(3): 216-226 | DOI: 10.22326/ijass.26

The Evaluation Of Young Football And Basketball Players In Terms Of Different Agility Tests

Erdal Arı, İbrahim Can Nefesoğlu, Tuğçe Karatopak, Abdülkerim Özden, Cihan Gürbüz, Gül Özsoy
Ordu Üniversitesi, Beden Eğitimi Ve Spor Yüksekokulu, Ordu, Turkey

The aim of this study was to evaluate young football and basketball players in terms of different agility tests. The
eleven young basketball and twelve young football players joined to this study voluntarily. The Ilinois test, T-test
and 505 tests were performed for determination agility performances of players. The test durations were recorded
by photocell system and pre-test and post-test heart rate values were determined by heart rate monitors. The
intergroups differences of all agility test values were examined by independent samples T-test. According to
analyze results, T-test agility values didn’t differentiate among groups significiantly as statistical while it was seen
significiant difference between young football and basketball players in regard to Ilinois and 505 test values (p <
0.05). It was determined that young football players had better values than young basketball players in regard to
Ilinois and 505 test values. The young football players had better test values than young basketball players in terms
of Ilinois and 505 test values and this situation revealed that agility performance differentiated among football and
basketball events. It could be said that football players had better agility values because of the fact that football
game needed to activities requiring agility further in comparison to basketball game.

Keywords: Agility test, young basketball players, young football players

Erdal Arı, İbrahim Can Nefesoğlu, Tuğçe Karatopak, Abdülkerim Özden, Cihan Gürbüz, Gül Özsoy. The Evaluation Of Young Football And Basketball Players In Terms Of Different Agility Tests. J Int Anatolia Sport Sci . 2017; 2(3): 216-226

Corresponding Author: Erdal Arı, Türkiye

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