Uticaj komponenti somatotipa i specifičnih motoričkih sposobnosti na uspeh u sportskom penjanju
The influence of somatotype components and specific motor skills on success in sport climbing
Committee membersRaković, Aleksandar
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The aim of this research was to determine the influence of somatotype components and specific motor skills on success in sport climbing on natural rock. The research was conducted on 31 male subject (mean age: 28.10 ± 5.50 years, height 181.18 ± 6.50cm, weight 71.92 ± 6.30kg), who participated in the second and third round of Serbian National Championship in sport climbing on natural rock, season 2013. Ten tests were used for the calculation of somatotype components, nine tests were used for evaluating specific motor skills (specific strength, specific endurance and specific flexibility) and one test was used for evaluating success in competitions. The results showed that there is a statistically significant influence of somatotype components on success in sport climbing. The endomorphic component showed a statistically significant influence on success, while the mesomorphic and ectomorphic component haven’t influenced success in sport climbing. All studied specific motor skills have s...hown a statistically significant influence on success in sport climbing.