Glasnik Antropološkog društva Srbije
prethodni naslov Glasnik Antropološkog društva Jugoslavije (ISSN: 0351-1480) do 2007
izdavač(i) Antropološko društvo Srbije, Niš i Univerzitet u Nišu - Prirodno-matematički fakultet, Niš
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početna godina 2008
glavni urednik Perica Vasiljević, Univerzitet u Nišu, Prirodno-matematički fakultet, Departman za biologiju i ekologiju
adresa uredništva Bulevar dr Zorana Đinđića, 81-III-170,18000 Niš
osoba za kontakt Perica Vasiljević
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- Effects of aerobics in transformation of morphological characteristics on students of Faculties of physical education
- This research problem was to determine differences between effects of the two aerobics programs conducted with the students of physical education, relative to particular morphological characteristics. The appropriate sample was made up of 149 1st year male students at the Faculty of Physical Education in Novi Sad 19 years of average age, who attended regular classes of Anthropomotorics. The students were classified in two experimental groups, worked according to the model of high-low (52 students) and step aerobics (54 students), and one control group (43 students), performed as per the regular curriculum for the subject of anthropomotorics. Changes which occurred in students, practiced three times a week in six week period, were monitored through eleven morphological measures. Results of the research showed that there were significant effects in transformation of morphological characteristics in both experimental groups, which was not observed in the control group. This proves that experimental programs of high-low and step aerobics had significant effects on the subject characteristics. It was also determined that the experimental program of step aerobics had more adequate effects on reduction of subcutaneous fat tissue.
- Effects of exercising by program on the development of motor abilities of preschool boys
- Sports school, as one of the forms of an organized physical exercising, is an ideal start for practicing physical activity. The purpose of this research was to determine how much physical exercising in the sports school affects the development of motor abilities of preschool boys. The sample of 51 boys at the age of 4-7 included in the program of sports school in Novi Sad, as well as 48 boys at the same age engaged in the regular program of physical activities in a pre school institution have been subjected to 7 motor tests. According to the results of this research, a conclusion can be drawn that all assessed mot or abilities of experimental group have improved after the sports school treatment, which was not true of the control group. Such a difference is reflected by effects of one-year exercising treatment, based on the results of MANCOVA, which is an indicator of an extent to which most of boys earlier engaged in sports school exercises have better developed motor abilities than their peers. .
- Effects of one year training process on development of specific motor abilities
- When working with young players it must be taken care of the training process that primarily should be based on development of basic motor skills and development of technical and tactical knowledge. In the development of basic and specific motor abilities it is important to pay attention that the intensity, contents and modalities of work are in accordance with the basic laws of biological and sports development of young athletes. The sample is 40 basketball pioneer players divided into two groups (experimental and control) applied to the system of 11 variables to assess specific motor abilities. The aim of this study was to determine the effectiveness of two different training process, one was made on the research of the best players skills in competitions and the other is a standard model of training. The obtained data will be processed statistically and research results will be represented in tables and discussed in text.
- Effects of parachutist jump on subluxation causistic of spine in Low Back Pain Syndrome
- Parachutist jump which is being done from 5000 m high with parachute 'wing' type has many risical moments, such as: acceleration, fast deceleration, dysbarismus, hypoxy, with fall of partial preasure O2, dynamical hit on ostheomuscular byocinetical system chain at parachute opening, hyperadrenalinemia, temperature distress, centrifugal chemodynamical phenomenas and mechanical hit with low extremitets per lending. The research goal was to note expressions Low Back Pain Sy, in last year at parachutist with lower and higher than 200 parachutist jumps. Sample included so parachutist male gender, from 20 to 45 years old separated in 2 groups of 15 parachutist, with Low Back Pain Sy and: group A, 15 of them more than 200 jumps and group B with 15 of them with less then 200 jumps. Considered variables were: spasmus of musculature and pain rated by interval scale 1-5 and movement reduction in L-spine and number of episodes Low Back Pain Sy. In parachutist in last year of testing were tested by Student t-test for small semples and get these values: parachuters with more than 200 jumps had X ± SD = 3,2 ± 0,14 episodes of Low Back Pain Sy and those with less than 200 jumps had frequency of X ± SD = 1,8 ± 0,45 episodes with values t =3,35 and p< 0,005.Parachutist with higher number of jumps than 200 had significated incidence Low Back Pain Sy. Task in upcoming researches, to find ways how to lower appeared consequences, leading to lower morbidity and absentism, caused by bad exterior area and risical factors.
- Effects of pilates on morphological characteristics of female students of the Faculty of physical education
- Development of modern organizational-methodical forms of work in physical education imposes an imperative for specific experts to analyze, follow and direct the effects of transformational processes of anthropological status of the population subjected to this exercise program. In this particular case, the purpose of the research is to test the effects of pilates on the morphological characteristics of exercisers. An experimental program of female students of the Faculty of Physical Education was carried out on a convenient female-student sample, which lasted for six weeks with three sessions per week. At the same time, anthropometrics parameters were checked with the control group which was not subjected to the experimental program. Morphological characteristics of the subjects were evaluated by means of anthropometrical test battery, the results of which were statistically processed and duely presented and analyzed in the paper. .
- Effects of pilates on motor characteristics of female students of the Faculty of physical education
- Development of modern organizational-methodical forms of work in physical education imposes an imperative for specific experts to analyze, follow and direct the effects of transformational processes of anthropological status of the population subjected to this exercise program. In this particular case, the purpose of the research is to test the effects of pilates on the motor abilities of exercisers. An experimental program of female students of the Faculty of Physical Education was carried out on a convenient female- student sample, which lasted for six weeks with three sessions per week. At the same time, motor abilities were checked with the control group which was not subjected to the experimental program. Motor abilities of the subjects were evaluated by means of a motor test battery, the results of which were statistically processed and duely presented and analyzed in the paper. .
- Effects of some anthropological characteristics on 50 m swimming speed using leg crowl technique in 10-12 year-old swimmers
- To determine correlation between antropometric characteristics and results of leg swimming on 50m freestyle, a group of 72 swimmers aged 10-12 years was tested. The following measures were taken: body height, leg length, feet length, shoulder breadth, hip breadth and motor test in water leg swimming on 50m freestyle. Regression analysis showed that leg length was significantly correlated with results of leg swimming on 50m free style. Research results confirm importance of longitudinal characteristics, for this case leg length, in achieving better results in leg swimming on 50m freestyle for swimmers 10-12 years old. Fast leg swimming on 50m freestyle is part of the training process of every swimmer.
- Effects of teaching physical education on the functional abilities of female students of younger school
- So far researches have showed that physical education has unsufficient efficiency on development of motor and functional abilities of early age pupils. The purpose of this research is to determine how much is the specially programed performance of physical education, with increased demands and application of additional exercises, influenting the functional abilities. The research purpose was also to determine the influence of the current curriculum concerning teaching physical education of functional abilities of the control group of female. The experimental program was carried out on the sample of 97 first-grade schoolgirls of the elementary school. Six metrical instruments were used for evaluation of functional abilities of female. Basic statistic parameters were calculated by processing of data during initial and final measuring. Multivariant and univariant analysis of variance for repeated measures (MANOVA and ANOVA - repeated measures) were applied for determination of eventual differences between initial and final measuring. The multivariant analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) and univariant analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) were applied in order to determine the effects of the experimental program. Based on retrieved results it could be concluded that specially programed performance of physical education had a significant influence on changing the most functional abilities of pupils.
- Effects of teaching physical education on the morphological characteristics and posture status of pupils
- On the sample of 111 examinees, of the age of 11 (± 6 months ) it was used system of 12 morphological variables and 8 variables to estimate the posture status. The elementary aim was to establish the effect of teaching physical education on the morphological characteristics and posture status, during one year. According to the results and their analysis, it was established that the values of the most variables of the morphological status, which were used, were increased significantly, while at the posture status wasn't important exchange on the final measuring, contrary to the initial one.
- Effects of teaching physical education on the morphological characteristics of male students of younger school
- Solving complex tasks in the process of upbringing and education, and influenting on their health, growth and development of the pupils, demands good knowledge of age characteristics, in this case, characteristics of early age children. The purpose of this research is to determine how much is experimental programme, which was conducted during one school year, influenting the morphological characteristics. The applied experimental program was composed of athletics exercises, sports games, exercises on the pieces of equipment and on the floor, rhythmics and dancing exercises and some additional exercises. 13 metrical instruments were used for evaluation of morphological characteristics of male students. Multivariant and univariant analysis of variance for repeated measures (MANOVA and ANOVA - repeated measures) were applied for determination of eventual differences between initial and final measuring. The multivariant analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) and univariant analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) were applied in order to determine the effects of the experimental program. On the basis of the results and discussion, it can be concluded that the experimental program has statistically significant effects on the changes of some morphological characteristics.
- Effects of teaching physical education on the motorical abilities of pupils
- On the sample of 212 examinees, of the age of 11 (± 6 months ) both male and female, it was used system of 15 motor variables. The aim was to establish the effect of teaching physical education on the motorical abilities, during one year. According to the results and their analysis, it was established that the values of the most variables, which were used, were increased significantly on the final measuring, contrary to the initial one.
- Effects that exercising with station have on fat tissue of women
- Exercising program is conceived in such a way to make examinees lose the surplus of the fat tissue after an experimental treatment, which includes monitoring of the changes in body mass, percentage of the fat tissue and skin folds. The aim was to establish whether there was any difference in percentage of the fat tissue. The research included 80 female examinees, 20-24 years of age. All examinees were students of the University of Novi Sad (Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Law, and Faculty of Philosophy) not taking any sports or regular exercising in fitness clubs. As experimental treatment, we used the model of exercising with progressive load. The load was made with free weights and simulators, and according to the station method. The complete program was realized in Fitness Club 'Gym tonic' in SPENS. Exercising lasted three months, three times a week. The estimation of the initial and final state of examinees was performed in the laboratory for functional diagnostics of the Faculty of Medicine in Novi Sad. By means of electrical impedance 'OTRON BF 300' we measured the fat tissue in the body, and in such way we defined the share of the fat tissue in the total body mass. Body mass was measured with decimal scales. As for the skin folds we measured the following: Triceps (skin fold on upper arm), Abdominal (skin fold on stomach area), Skin fold of the thigh. The program was successfully realized, and the measuring variables in experimentally group were reduced comparing to the control group. Body mass was reduced for 1.8 kg on average, and the average value of skin fold of upper arm was reduced for 3.6 mm, skin fold on stomach was on average reduced for 3 mm and the value of the skin fold on the thigh was reduced for 8.1 mm.