DETERMINING THE BIOMECHANICAL STATUS OF THE BASIC MOTOR SKILLS

Aleksandar Tufekchievski, Aleksandar Aceski, Robert Hristovski

The goal of this research was to determine the biomechanical status of the basic motor skills. The results show that the greatest biomechanical similarity is between run and leap, and the lowest is between run and catch, and run and stationary dribble. The largest force of biomechanical relationship with all other skills is present in hop. The skills covered by the research have heterogeneous biomechanical structure. By applying the method of principal components there have been identified three groups of skills. Information on the biomechanical status of motor skills can be helpful in the creation of the curriculum for the subject of physical and health education for children from elementary school.

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