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    STUDIA EDUCATIO ARTIS GYMNASTICAE - Issue no. 2 / 2014  
         
  Article:   EXERCISES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ACCURACY AND POSITION ORIENTATION AND BODY MOVEMENT IN SPACE THROUGH MEANS SPECIFIC FOR THE BASKETBALL GAME.

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  Abstract:  VIEW PDF: EXERCISES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF ACCURACY AND POSITION ORIENTATION AND BODY MOVEMENT IN SPACE THROUGH MEANS SPECIFIC FOR THE BASKETBALL GAME

Due to the relevance of the ablility regarding accuracy and the orientation of the body and limbs in space in the basketball game this paper presents a series of exercises for improving this ability. During the first phase specific exercises as responses to different signals were conceived under our guidance with the entire class, which were then practiced. During a second phase, after having understood the task, the children devided into teams needed to conceive similar exercises. The most significant were then practiced with the entire class. The research comprised of four phases: a pretest, a test during which independent variables were applied, followed by a final evaluation, and at the end a final test. The results of the research have shown that the exercises used contributed to the improvement of accuracy and body orientation in space and we recommend that they are used during physical education classes, mentioning that these are to be adapted and even supplemented according to the age of the children, the existing infrastructure and their training level. This paper presents the most significant exercises conceived and applied to the trial group.

Keywords: trial, accuracy, orientation in space, specific exercises, ability.

 
         
     
         
         
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