Comparison of Relative Age Averages With Chosen Basic Motoric Characteristics
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The purpose of this study is to compare the age averages to the chosen motoric characteristics. The universe of the study consists of 59 volunteer students training in the sports camp of Istanbul Yakuplu Sports Club. The height, weight measurement, body mass index, felxibility, right hand grip strength, left hand grip strength, balance, agility and standing long jump measurements of the volunteers participating in the study were taken. The data was recorded with the package program SPSS. Anova and t test were used in the comparison of the data. P<0.05 value was considered meaningful. Descriptive statistics of age, height, weight and body mass index of volunteers participating in the study were taken and significant differences between the volunteers' relative age and right hand grip strength, left hand grip strength, flexibility, balance, agility and standing long jump parameters were found. (p<0.05). In conclusion, we think that the significant difference that occurred between age and selected motoric characteristics is due to age-related physiological conditions.
SourceInternational Journal of Development Research
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