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«European Journal of Physical Education and Sport» - scientific journal.

E-ISSN 2409-1952

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Issued from 2013.

2 June 26, 2015


Articles and Statements

1. Belkadi Adel, Benbernou Othman, Sebbane Mohamed, Laroua Abdelhafid, Bensabeur Mohamed, Jaques Gleyse
Contribution to the Identification of the Professional Skills Profile for Coaches in the Algerian Sport Judo System

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 80-89.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.80CrossRef

Abstract:
This study was designed to determine The professional skills of Coaches which are identified and judged on a large number of factors (Belkadi, Benbernou, & Gleyses, 2014). The purpose of this article is to describe the views of the four different professionals actors on coach skills; athletes, coaches, leaders and experts from the Algerian judo sport system, all the actors of that system have responded to the same series of questions regarding coaches skills. Across the five groups of specific professional skills, the views expressed are more similar than dissimilar, with each professional emphasizing a different item of the coaches‘ skills. The information presented aligns both with and shows that, coaches and athletes have the same representations of technical and teaching skills. However, a discrepancy of representations regarding the organizational and managerial skills. Stakeholder views are compared to the coaching science literature and recommendations to develop a professional skills repository of the judo coach are provided.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1435338980.pdf
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2. Mokrani Djamel, Benzidane Houcine, Sebbane Mohammed & Tahar Tahar
The Reciprocal Relationship between Training with Weights and the Bliometrical Training and Their Effect on the Muscles Capacities Growth for Basketball Players

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 90-96.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.90CrossRef

Abstract:
The research aims to determine the effect of each of the training with weights and biometry in muscle capacity and jump for the basketball players development, and also reciprocal relationship of the impact of the three training types in the development of muscle ability and improve upon the research sample groups. The researchers used the experimental method to design three experimental groups, and the control group the results showed the extent of the progress made with the experimental groups, especially the mixed training group, which confirms that the proposed mixed training style has a distinctive effectiveness of the force development characterized by the speed as indicated by Talha Hossam El-Din (2008) where he shows the necessity to use a mixed training throughout the training season. This consist with Yasser Dabour‘s study (1996) which confirms that the mixed training (weights and bliometric) is more effective than training separately.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1435339105.pdf
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3. Aleksei N. Korolkov
Putting: the Accuracy of the Movement Auditory Perception

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 97-101.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.97CrossRef

Abstract:
The article argues that the targeted development of auditory perception actions, the formation and quantification of sound images, performed technical actions seem to be one of the perspective directions of the further training and mastering the kinesthetic sensitivity in golf. It discusses the opportunities for increasing the efficiency of training impacts in developing the kinesthesia of athletes on the basis of a well-targeted development and the improvement of the ability to analyze sound images of sports movements, training not only traditional methods of the visual, neuromuscular and vestibular systems.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1435339174.pdf
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4. Elena F. Legkaya
Adaptive Physical Training as a Means of Rehabilitation of Patients With Cerebral Palsy: a Literature Review

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 102-106.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.102CrossRef

Abstract:
The literature review considers available means and methods of adaptive physical training in the treatment and rehabilitation of cerebral palsy (CP). The use of therapeutic physical training, manual therapy, and various training devices is one of the promising directions of movement correction for cerebral palsy. Despite the fact that it is impossible completely cure the disease, however, in the course of rehabilitation we can develop a child's motor, speech, thinking skills, ability to study and communicate with others.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1435342138.pdf
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5. Miltiadis Proios, Vasilios Tsimaras, Maria Sidiropoulou, Despina Arzoglou, Kosmas Christoulas, Theofilos Pillianidis
Reliability of the DESK 3-6 for 3-Years Old Children

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 109-117.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.109CrossRef

Abstract:
An early detection of possible disorders mainly in preschool children could help the prediction of disorders relating to learning disabilities and problems in school performance. For this reason in the present study investigated the reliability of DESK 3-6 for children 3-years old of age through the use of methods such are internal consistency reliability, test-retest and Cronbach‘s alpha, as well as check its suitability on a different sample. Participants were 383 preschool children (207 boys and 176 girls) with ages ranging from 36 to 47 months. The Dortmund Developmental Screening for Preschools was used. Results revealed that the original version of DESK 3-6 for children 3-years olds of age shows problems in internal consistency, adequate Cronbach alpha and test-retest coefficients.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1435342299.pdf
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6. Rani Sangeeta, Dhadwal Manoj Kumar
Effect of Selected Training Programmes on Health Related Physical Fitness Components of Obese Children

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(8), Is. 2, pp. 118-126.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.8.118CrossRef

Abstract:
The present study is mainly concerned with obese children. The purpose of the study was to check the effects of selected training programme on health related physical fitness components of obese children. The subjects were taken from Mussoorie International School aged between 10 to 14 years in the year 2004-2005. The data was collected by administering the fit youth today test to the obese children before and after giving the training programme to them in term of pre-test and post-test. Eighty (80) obese students were selected as the subjects in this study. In each group for each programme twenty (20) students were taken as the subjects. In order to find out the significance difference between the various training programmes, analysis of covariance was used and the level of significance was chosen at .05 level. Analysis of covariance was computed by the ANCOVA test. To find out the (LSD) least significance difference among the groups LSD was used. The results of the study reveals that there were highly significance differences between the three groups that is Brisk Walking, Jogging and Circuit training programme. Circuit training seems to be more effective than other groups. There was no improvement in control group participants as they did not take part in any of the training program. Obesity is not a disease but sick rate increase in this. So for good health obesity should be prevented and this study shows that the Circuit training is more effective training program as comparison of other program to reduce the fats from the body.

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