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dc.contributor.advisorBerić, Dragana
dc.contributor.otherKocić, Miodrag
dc.contributor.otherJakovljević, Saša
dc.contributor.otherStojiljković, Nenad
dc.creatorAksović, Nikola
dc.date.accessioned2020-10-12T09:11:23Z
dc.date.available2020-10-12T09:11:23Z
dc.date.issued2019-11-13
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dc.descriptionThe aim of the study was to determine the effects of plyometric training on the explosive power of the lower extremities, sprint and the change of direction speed. The sample of the respondents consisted of 33 basketball players of OKK "Stari Ras" and OKK "Novi Pazar" from Novi Pazar. The respodents were divided into two groups: experimental group (E; n=16), age (15.3±0.4years), body height (185.45±8.75cm), body weight (76.87±11.51kg), with training experience (4.69±1.40years) and control group (K; n=17), age (15.4±0.5years), body height (184.16±6.93cm), body weight (73.68±11.70kg), with training experience (5.53±3.18years). The experimental group consisted of basketball players from basketball team OKK "Stari Ras", who in addition to the basic technical and tactical training, also had plyometric training. The control group consisted of the basketball players from basketball team OKK "Novi Pazar", who at that time had only technical and tactical training. To assess the explosive power of the lower extremities, were used: Squat Jump (SJ), Countermovement Jump (CMJ), Drop Jump (DJ) and Countermovement Jump with Arm Swing (CMJ/AS). For sprint assess: Sprint Speed at 5m (S5m), 10m (S10m) and 20m (F20m). To assess the change of direction speed: Reactive Shuttle Test (RST), Lane Arrow Closeout (LAC), Lane Agility Drill (LAD) and Modified 505 Test (M505). The experimental program, which involves the use of plyometric training, lasted for 10 weeks, and every week they conducted two training sessions. Plyometric training lasted from 45min at the beginning of the experiment to 70min at the end of the experiment. Each plyometric training consisted of three parts: introduction, main and final part. The data obtained by the procedure described above are processed by the statistical program SPSS 19. To determine the effect of plyometric training on the motor skills of basketball players, the analysis of covariance ANCOVA was used. The results showed that after experimental treatment, E group achieved significantly greater progress than group K in the following tests: SJ, CMJ, DJ, S5m, S20m, RST, LAC and LAD. There was no difference between the E and K groups on the CMJ/AS, S10m and M505 tests. Based on these results, it can be concluded that the plyometric training had positive effects on the development of explosive power of the lower extremities, sprint and change of direction speed of young basketball players.en
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Нишу, Факултет спорта и физичког васпитањаsr
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dc.sourceУниверзитет у Нишуsr
dc.subjectpliometrijasr
dc.subjectplyometricsen
dc.subjectkošarkasr
dc.subjectkadetisr
dc.subjectmotoričke sposobnostisr
dc.subjectefektisr
dc.subjectbasketballen
dc.subjectcadetsen
dc.subjectmotor abilitiesen
dc.subjecteffectsen
dc.titleEfekti pliometrijskog treninga na eksplozivnu snagu, sprint i brzinu promene pravca mladih košarkašasr
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dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/65908/Disertacija.pdf


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