Investigating the Influence of Personalized Training on the Optimisation of Some Psychomotor Behaviours Among Junior Gymnasts in the Training Process (Moldavia, Romania)

Anca - Raluca TANASĂ, Beatrice - Aurelia ABALAȘEI, Iulian - Marius DUMITRU, Lucian POPESCU, Carmen ENE-VOICULESCU, Virgil ENE-VOICULESCU, Cristina - Elena MORARU


The purpose of the study was identified by the effort to complement the standard sports training programme with a portfolio of innovative means and methods to optimise the process of achieving performance in gymnastics competitions. The group of subjects investigated was female and consisted of 19 gymnasts, aged 10 - 12 years. They were tested initially and finally to determine the effects that going through the training program had on the analysed indicators. The Matorin, Flamingo, Balance Plate Position Maintenance and the "Y" tests were used in the research. We used descriptive statistics (Arithmetic Mean, Standard Deviation, Median, Confidence Interval and Coefficient of Variation) and significance tests which were used to assess the statistical significance of the difference between the means for two sets of scores (STUDENT paired sample t-test and Wilcoxon test). Based on the results recorded, we identified a significant difference between the mean values for the two tests. Following the results obtained, we can confirm that they help to form an overall picture from the perspective of motor skills on gymnasts and that there is a significant effectiveness of the motor intervention program in the sports training process.


psychomotor behaviours; gymnasts; individualised program; psychomotor intervention

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