RELATION BETWEEN BASIC MOTORIC TESTS AND JUDO TECHNIQUE – YOKO TOMOE NAGE

Goran Mickoski, Georgi Georgiev, Zarko Kostovski

The research covers 60 athletes – judokas at the age of 15 to 17. Total of 18 motoric tests as a predictor variable set were applied to the respondents. They were hypothetically used for evaluation of the motor abilities: segmental speed, flexibility, explosive strength, repetitive strength, balance and coordination. Yoko tomoe nage technique was applied as criterion variable. The aim of the research was to determine the prediction of the criterion system of motor variables on specific situation-motor variable yoko tomoe nage. Obtained results are processed and basic statistical parameters and linear regressive analysis is given. The conclusion based on the obtained results is that high and statistically significant prediction is determined between the predictor set of motor variable and specific situation-motor variableyoko tomoe nage. Partial impact on prediction of criterion variable yoko tomoe nage is determined among the representatives for assessment of: shoulder flex, explosive strength of lower limbs and explosive strength of upper limbs.

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