CORRELATION BETWEEN COORDINATION AND SITUATIONAL - MOTOR ABILITIES OF YOUNG FEMALE HANDBALL PLAYERS

Ivana Bojić & Ljubomir Pavlović

The game of handball consists of movements with and without a ball, changes in directions of movements with fast and sudden sprints, diverse jumps, groundings, as well as crashing into the opposing team’s players when coming into direct contact. In order for these movements to be carried out successfully among other abilities, coordination abilities and situation-related motor abilities bear impact as well. The aim of this paper is to determine the correlation between coordination abilities and situation-related motor abilities of young female handball players. The test group consisted of 60 female handball players 12 to 14 years of age who play for Naisa Women’s Handball Club from Nish. In order to rate their coordination abilities a set of 7 different variables was applied. Their situation-related motor abilities were rated based on a battery of 8 different tests. Through a canon-based correlation analysis a valuable factor in regard to statistics was isolated (p .000) which indicated the significance of the correlation between areas that were monitored.

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