ANALYSIS AND IMPACT OF TWO MOTOR SKILLS WITH SPECIFIC SAMPLE EXAMINEES

Aleksandar Simeonov, Zoran Radić and Ratko Pavlović

In a sample of 160 respondents, population special forces, divided into two subsamples of 80 respondents made a study of motor abilities as part of the program structure to carry out the unit. In this research were isolated two motor variables - push-ups and abdominal muscles, which test the strength of the biceps and the muscles of the abdomen. The research included a descriptive method, classification of frequencies of the motor performance and a determination of the impact of the criterion on prognostic variables.From the results of the descriptive statistics, we can conclude that the first sub sample is better or possess improved motor skills, unlike the second sub samples that were randomly divided into two groups of 80 subjects.The results of the analysis in both regressive sub sample show statistical significance that motor variables as significant prognostic influence criteria can vary, which tells us that the points scale evaluates the results better and is a good representative as a criteria for achieved results.As a general conclusion of the survey respondents in both subsamples, we can conclude that most of the officers are in good physical preparation.

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