Construction of somatic and motor skills of people training taekwondo WTF

Miroslawa. Cieslicka, Marek. Napierala, Barbara. Dix, Blazej. Stankiewicz


The purpose of this study was to analyze in terms of somatic and motor skills young people from high school in Bydgoszcz, taekwondo class profile. The object of the study were participants of Interschool Student Sports Club "Piętnastka" training this sport. The study included 36 patients aged 14.5, 15.5 and 16.5 years. Measured the height and body weight were and done the International Physical Fitness Test which included the following tests: long jump, hang on bent arms (girls) or rising in the overhang on the stick (boys), shuttles run 4 x 10 m moving pads, traces of the lying and the slope in front trunk. The results were analyzed by gender and age, and tested the correlation between pairs of traits. It also examined how young people from their own studies compare to peers in the regional study conducted in 2005 by Marek Napierala [3].
After analyzing the test results the following conclusions:
1) Boys from our studies are characterized by a greater height and weight and achieve better results in all samples IPFT than girls;
2) Physical fitness increases with age - the best results attained IPFT students from the oldest age group (16.5 years);
3) Good results in other trials provide good performance in the course of 4 x 10 m;
4) Boys who train taekwondo in IPFT perform better than their peers from Kujawsko-Pomorskie in all age groups;
5) The sum of the calculated points obtained according to the scale T for girls is higher for taekwondo. However in not all trials, the girls from our studies performed better.


taekwondo; student; test; physical

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