Issues of Training Evaluation at Javelin Throwers
Margareta Anton ()
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Margareta Anton: Ecological University,Bucharest, Romania
Revista romaneasca pentru educatie multidimensionala - Journal for Multidimensional Education, 2018, vol. 10, issue 1, 10-19
Starting with the assumption that if the means used during the training of the high performing javelin throwers are the suitable ones, then, the competition results will be the echo of the consigned effort.The objective of this research is mainly to correlate the foremost means that were used with the result from the contest and to supervise the physical training before the reference competition.The methods used to investigate the utility were the pedagogic observation,the method of measurements and tests, the statistical processing of the data and the the graphic interpretation of the resulted data. Four of the best javelin throwers in Romania were monitored during a centralized cantonment, with the software „Polar Team” and the results of the control tests during a 3-month training session together with the final competiton result were taken into account. The usage of the software in training may offer the throwers information about the stage of their training and the biological echo of the effort they provided. Regarding the training means used, some of them may be redundant but others can be quite relevant in the obtaining of the sport result: dumbbell snatch, long jump without momentum.Putting aside these means would lead to a better management of the effort and to the preservation of the energy so as to facilitate the restoration.
Keywords: effort; assessment; competitive result (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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