DIFFERENCE IN MOTOR CAPABILITIES OF CHILDREN FROM AN EARLY SCHOOL AGE IN RELATION TO GENDER

Seryozha Gontarev, Vujica Zivkovic, Ruzdija Kalac, Nebojsa Markovski, Josko Milenkovski

The research was realized on a sample of 2806 respondents, from 6 to 11 years old (1393 students and 1413 female students), from primary schools in the Municipality of Kisela Vodar, Macedonia. Each supprimerocite is divided according to the chronological age 9 age groups in the span of one calendar year. The goal of the research is to determine whether there are statistically significant differences in motor tests between boys and girls in each age category. For realization of the purposes of research 8 motor tests were applied, of the international battery of EUROFIT. The obtained data were processed with appropriate multivariate and univariate parametric statistical procedures Based on the results, it can be generally concluded that boys in almost all motor tests in all age categories showed better results in terms of girls. Girls show better results in all age categories in the motor test, “seated forward bend“.

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