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Godišnjak Fakulteta sporta i fizičkog vaspitanja
2013, iss. 19, pp. 109-121
article language: Serbian
document type: Scientific Paper
published on: 09/06/2015
Model of motor abilities of female volleyball players


The aim of this paper is to present models of motor skills of senior team ŽOK 'Lazarevac' from Lazarevac, that competes in Serbian First League. Tasks hereby derived are: to establish constant insight into physical development and physical abilities of ŽOK 'Lazarevac' volleyball players; to monitor changes, program and direct the work, and take other measures to improve methodical guidance of training, based on objective insight; to create basic conditions for individualization and intensification of training, based on hereby provided objective indicators. A test of motor skills was held using a battery of tests, test - retest methods, with a two minutes break between the two repetitions. Following tests were performed: bat flexing, throwing a medicine ball, standing long jump, 5 m sprint, 15 m sprint. The test was attended by 30 examinees. The results of all tests were analyzed using descriptive analysis (mean - MEAN, standard deviation - SD, coefficient of variation - CV%, minimum value - MIN, and maximum value - MAX). It can be argued based on the results that tested female players have the best - developed speed power in arm and shoulders (3.07), speed - maximal (3.03), flexibility of arms and shoulders (2.93), speed power in leg (2.93), and the least - developed ability is speed - start (2,67). Average score of examinee group is 2.93 and the structure of the general grading is: 10% - excellent, 17% - very good, 40% - good, 23% - sufficient and 10% - insufficient.



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