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

E-ISSN 2409-1952

Publication frequency – once a year.
Issued from 2013.

4 December 01, 2015


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1. A. Benchehida, H. Bessikadour, M. Sebbane
Study of the Determinants of the Sports Performance in Football

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 167-171.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.167CrossRef

Abstract:
It is important to find the most reliable method possible which will draw on criteria and scientific standards to increase the chances of champions by generalizing the testing on a larger number of individuals and selecting that young people have a chance of succeeding. The lack of certainty in all what is being done on the detection and selection shown was how it is difficult to conduct well was the work of sports talent identification. To conduct this study, we chose to study of essential data, namely .the skills ' sample is composed of 21 coaches, having a great experience, at which on a request to assess skills required in football and their degree of solicitation. The analysis of the results show that (expert) coaches have estimated that among the 13 skills studied, five from among them emergent and get a certain unanimity and for which there is agreement .Skills required for the practice of football in order of importance are endurance cardio respiratory, the explosive force of the lower members, the dynamic force of the lower members, speed and the strength of the trunk. Experts have withdrawn the other ruled less specific to football. And for the preparation of tests simplified and affordable we have selected three skills that we judges consistent with the categories of ages studied.

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2. Ludmila K. Chervencova, Nikolay N. Ishev
Introducing Paneurhythmy – Group Exercises, Music, Poetry, Geometry and Nature Combined in Favor of Health

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 172-180.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.172CrossRef

Abstract:
A growing number of scientific publications and researches explore practices with global impact on human health. As a relatively new mind-body practice Paneurhythmy is the least known and least studied in comparison with similar activities like Yoga and Tai Chi. Paneurhythmy is a universal physical practice that can unite people regardless of their race, gender, age, nationality and religion. It is a unique system of gymnastic musical exercises performed outdoors as a group activity. Paneurhythmy was created between 1922 and 1944 in Bulgaria by Petar Danov (1864-1944). Paneurhythmy has a profound philosophical meaning and combines harmoniously music, movement, thought and word. The participants maintain an upright and well-balanced posture, while moving in a circle. Each of the Paneurhythmy exercises reveals a basic philosophical idea expressed through its name, movements, music and the lyrics of its song. The Paneurhythmy movements are smooth and follow the musical beats, which are running rhythmically in a slow to moderate pace. This article discusses the visions of the author of Paneurhythmy for its purpose and effect, it also gives the main components of Paneurhythmy and presents some of the studies on it. Paneurhythmy exercises are easy to be done regardless of the age, financial condition and physical characteristics of the practitioners. Paneurhythmy is a pleasant and very effective method to put into action the ancient maxim "A healthy mind in a healthy body".

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3. Andrius Kardišauskas
Sports Ethics Relativity: Point of View of Athletes and Sport Community Members

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 181-185.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.181CrossRef

Abstract:
There is a lack of scientific research and articles which analyze professional athletes’ ethics. The main purpose of this article – to analyze the ethics of professional athletes and compare the results with the remaining part of the sports community. The study is based on a quantitative survey, which was conducted with 115 (65 men and 50 women) sport community members. Participants’ age in this study ranged from 16-43. The respondents were divided into two groups: test and control. The population of the test group consisted of 41 (23 men and 18 women) professional athletes. The test group’s age in this study ranged from 16-36. The control group consisted of 74 (42 men and 32 women) sport management and training systems students. The Control group’s age ranged from 19-43. The study observed one statistically significant difference (p <0.01): the test group has lower ethical evaluation of autonomy than the control group.

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4. Belkacem Khiat, Hacène Mehdioui
Effect of Pubertal Maturation on the Development of Anaerobic Power (in College students 11-16 years of Algeria)

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 186-191.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.186CrossRef

Abstract:
The aim of this long study was to examine the pattern of change of boy’s anaerobic power during the different stages of puberty. 82 sedentary scholar boys aged from 11 to 16 years agreed to been followed for 2 years, in their schools. We proceed to measure the different anthropometric indicators. Stages of maturation were estimated according to Tanner’s classification. The evaluation of the anaerobic process was done through the speed-force’s test of Vandewalle. The results show that the majority of morphological indicators of the population developed very significantly from the first to the fourth stage of puberty. The transition from the second to the third stage of puberty seems decisive in the evolution of major morphological and physiological effort parameters. From stage 1 to stage 4 there has been a very significant development (p˂0.001) of Anaerobic Maximal Power (Wanmax) and Maximum Force (Fo). Among boys, the passage from the second to the third stage of puberty seems decisive in the evolution of principles morphological and physiological parameters of the effort.

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5. Aleksey N. Korolkov
Scree as a Criteria of Development of Motional Skills

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 192-196.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.192CrossRef

Abstract:
In this article we examine different analytical relations, describing the process of development motional skill in sports. It is shown, that this process can be described as an exponential function where changes of results in sports depend on duration of training or amount of training, as Pareto distribution and Verhulst logistic function. As a result of the research of power functions, which approximate competitive results of four mini-golf players within 5 years, we established a criteria of development of motional skills in the form of scree. It is found, that the power function is the best one for describing improvements of sport achievements on the stage of primary training (1-2 years of training), and exponential function better fits for stages of perfecting of skills and sport mastery (more than 4 years of training). During the immersed training both models have precise enough approximation from 10-th to 70-th competitive round. Besides, all the data on sport results, starting from the very beginning of training, must be taken in the account during the process of modeling and forecasting of sport achievements. Offered models and criteria can be used for establishing of rated norms and forecasting of results in kinds of sport with primary demonstration of coordinating capabilities of accurate performance of purposeful motions.

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6. Amir Moghaddami, Zinnur Gerek, Ali Karimiasl, Habib Nozohouri
Kinematic Analysis of the Effect of Rapid Weight Loss by Sauna on Elite Wrestlers’ Single Leg Takedown Technique

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 197-205.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.197CrossRef

Abstract:
Rapid weight loss and weight cutting are two widely used methods to reach competition weight; Sauna and dehydration as well as sweating through physical activity are very common. Many athletes with specific weight classifications such as wrestling, judo, and weight lifting want to participate in competitions 6-8 % below their normal weight. The aim of this study was to present an example of the quantitative contribution of modern sport biomechanics. The results showed that rapid weight loss could affect elite wrestlers ‘performance techniques. These tests were performed in three, phases: pre-test (without dehydration), post-test1 (dehydration 3.5 %), and post-test2 (18 hours after rehydration). Thirteen experienced and elite wrestlers who had been training for 8 years participated as subjects (age 18.38 ±1.32yrs, height 1.70±0.04 m; body mass 71/111±11.80 kg). Reflective body markers attached all of the subjects’ joints, and they performed single-leg takedown in front of three cameras (hero 3 @15fps/1440 p). 3D motion analyses method measured linear and angular kinematic characteristics were evaluated by Skillspector (1.3.2 version) software. Statistical analysis via the parametric and non-parametric Wilcoxon Rank-sum test and Repeated Measure test showed significant differences between the single-leg takedown techniques. The finding demonstrated negative effects on shoulders, pelvises, and knees linear max velocity, position, and angular max velocity.

URL: http://ejournal7.com/journals_n/1453147063.pdf
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7. Harneet Singh
Comparative Study on Selected Physical Fitness and Physiological Variables Between Volleyball and Handball Players

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 206-211.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.206CrossRef

Abstract:
The purpose of the study was Compare the selected Physical fitness and Physiological variables between Volleyball and Handball players. Thirty players of handball and Volleyball represented their university in the Inter University tournament during 2011-2012 session from Patiala district were selected as subjects, their age ranged from 17 to 28. The study was an experimental research, the selected physical fitness and physiological variables such as flexibility, endurance, agility, explosive strength, heart rate, vital capacity, and cardiovascular endurance were measured. Analysis of Data ‘t’ test were applied to check the significant difference between the group. There was significant difference between physical i.e. flexibility and explosive strength & physiology variables and there was no significant difference between physical variables i.e. Endurance and agility. Conclusion: it was concluded that there was a significant difference in some selected physical & physiological variables i.e. flexibility, explosive strength & endurance, agility and this type of study need to replicate in variety of players, both male and female or different level of age group, and higher level like national level, taking a large number of subjects.

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9. Ioannis Proios, Athanasios Siropoulos, Miltiadis Proios
Goal Orientation Profile Differences in Greek Physical Domain

European Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 2015, Vol.(10), Is. 4, pp. 212-219.
DOI: 10.13187/ejpe.2015.10.212CrossRef

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to determine the individual differences on goal perspectives in the sport domain. The participants in the study consisted of 360 athletes (football, handball, basketball, track and field, volleyball, rowing, gymnastics, etc), 147 referees, and 79 physical education and exercise (391 males and 185 females), ranging in age from 13 to 50 years (M = 22.54, SD = 7.70). Their experience varied from 1 to 32 years (M = 6.27, SD = 5.24). All subjects filled in two versions of Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire (TEOSQ and TEOSQ-R). The results were found achievement goal profile differences for all variables except gender. Overall, the findings support achievement goal frameworks and suggest that further examination of dispositional achievement goals may afford a deeper understanding of social relationships and motivational processes in achievement domains.

URL: https://ejpes.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1453373196.pdf
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