The Study of the Effects of Educational Judo Practices on Motor Abilities of 7-12 Years Aged Judo Performing Children

Sengul Demiral

Abstract


In this study, the impacts of educational judo practices on motor abilities of judo performing 7–12 years aged children have been studied. Experimental and control groups have been started with n=40 judoka number for the study. and the study has been completed with n=38 judoka number for the experimental gruop and n=31 judoka (Note 1) number for the control groups. This study was run during the twelve months. At the begining and end of this work, anthropometric measures of the experimental group and control group and application of static and dinamic balances, coordinations, celerities, long jumping, ball launching, claw-back forces, speed tests have been applied and pre-test and re-test results have been taken. After the reorder and grouping of mesaurement parameters and introduction forms, all the data has been scoped out on SPSS for Windows (ver. 14). Arithmetic average and standard deviation of parameters have been analyzed. According to the data acquired from the research comparison between pre-test and re-test of the experimental gruop, comparison between pre-test and re-test of the control group, comparison between the pre-tests of the experimental and control groups, comparison between the re-tests of the experimental and control groups, comparison between the pre-tests of the experimental and control groups and one-sided variant analysis of re-tests of the experimental and control groups have been realized. Between the parameters of Test and Control groups, p<0.05 and p<0.01 level differences are tried to be detected. Finally, male judokas of the experimental group’s static balance, celerity, claw force and back power parameters has been found different at p<0.05 level and quite at p<0.01 quite different when compared to control group and these educational Judo games are highly contributive to the development motor skills. Female judokas of the experimental group’s static balance, celerity, claw force and back power parameters has been found different at p<0.05 level and quite at p<0.01 quite different when compared to control group and these educational Judo games are highly contributive to the development motor skills. As a result of this study we can say that static and dynamic balance, quickness, hand grip and back strength, coordination, speed parameters of the male and female judokas’ have developed. Considering these parameters usage of Judo educational games,which are accelerating the development of basic motor skills of 7-12 years aged children,in courses by arrangement can be suggested.

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