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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.34 No.4 December 2010. -

The aim of the study was to define biomotor characteristics that determine playing performance and position in female handball. A battery of 13 variables consisting of somatotype components 3 variables, basic motor abilities 5 variables and specific motor abilities 5 variables were applied in a sample of 52 elite female handball players. Differences in biomotor characteristics according to playing performance and position of female handball players were determined by use of the analysis of variance ANOVA and discriminative analysis. Study results showed the high-quality female handball players to predominantly differ from the less successful ones in the specific factor of throw strength and basic dash factor, followed by the specific abilities of movement without and with ball, basic coordination-agility and specific ability of ball manipulation, and a more pronounced mesomorphic component. Results also revealed the wing players to be superior in the speed of movement frequency psychomotor speed, run explosive strength and speed of movement with ball as compared with players at other playing positions. Also, endomorphic component was less pronounced in players at the wing and back player positions as compared with goalkeeper and pivot positions, where endomorphic component was considerably more pronounced.

female handball players; somatotype; specific motoricity; handball performance



Autor: Marijana Čavala - Ratko Katić -

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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