GENDER DIFFERENTIATIONS OF SOME ANTHROPOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF KARATE PLAYERS – CADETS
The research was conducted with the aim of determining gender differentiations of some anthropological characteristics of male and female cadet karate players. To achieve this aim, a group of 10 morphological variables, ten motor tests, five situation motor test and six technical performance evaluation tests was applied. Two hundred and six competing players were measured, of which 105 male and 101 female. The examinees were divided according to weight categories (lower and higher weight categories). Based on the variance analysis and canon discrimination analysis a conclusion can be made: gender differentiations are most strongly expressed in morphological and basic motor area, and significantly less in the area of specific motor abilities and motor knowledge (technical efficiency).
karate players, morphological characteristics, basic motor abilities, specific tests, technique
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