Year 2018, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 33 - 38 2018-06-10

The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children

Dušan Mićović [1] , Dalibor Fulurija [2] , Tatjana Ćeremiđžić [3] , Marko Joksimović [4]

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The aim of this paper is to determine the effects of acrobatic elements on changes in morphological characteristics in children who were experimentally treated. The sample consists of elementary school children from Kosovska Mitrovica N = 52, who regularly attend physical education classes and additional acrobatics trainings three times a week  for the implementation of acrobatics in additional classes of physical education. The variables used to assess the circular dimensions and body mass are: Upper arm circumference expressed in cm (AONDL), calf circumference expressed in cm (AOPTK), chest circumference expressed in cm AOGRK, body weight expressed in kg (AMAST). The variables used to estimate the subcutaneous fat tissue are: Upper-arm skinfold expressed in mm (ANNDL), calf skinfold expressed in mm (ANPTK), Abdominal skinfold expressed in mm ANTRB. A t-test was used to determine statistically significant differences in variables (ANNDL p=.006), (ANPTK p=.005), (ANTRB p=.008). The obtained results can contribute to the rationalization of regular and additional teaching of physical education for the optimal planning and control of work.

Experimental program, growth and development, hypokinesia, students
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Primary Language en
Subjects Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Journal Section Original Articles
Authors

Author: Dušan Mićović (Primary Author)
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Author: Dalibor Fulurija
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Author: Tatjana Ćeremiđžić
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Author: Marko Joksimović
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina


Bibtex @research article { turkjkin402226, journal = {Turkish Journal of Kinesiology}, issn = {}, eissn = {2459-0134}, address = {Nurtekin ERKMEN}, year = {2018}, volume = {4}, pages = {33 - 38}, doi = {10.31459/turkjkin.402226}, title = {The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children}, key = {cite}, author = {Mićović, Dušan and Fulurija, Dalibor and Ćeremiđžić, Tatjana and Joksimović, Marko} }
APA Mićović, D , Fulurija, D , Ćeremiđžić, T , Joksimović, M . (2018). The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children. Turkish Journal of Kinesiology, 4 (2), 33-38. DOI: 10.31459/turkjkin.402226
MLA Mićović, D , Fulurija, D , Ćeremiđžić, T , Joksimović, M . "The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 4 (2018): 33-38 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/turkjkin/issue/37335/402226>
Chicago Mićović, D , Fulurija, D , Ćeremiđžić, T , Joksimović, M . "The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 4 (2018): 33-38
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ISNAD Mićović, Dušan , Fulurija, Dalibor , Ćeremiđžić, Tatjana , Joksimović, Marko . "The effects of acrobatics on morphological characteristics of school children". Turkish Journal of Kinesiology 4 / 2 (June 2018): 33-38. https://doi.org/10.31459/turkjkin.402226