Comparing of athletic performance and biometric features of selected teenagers based on the specific talent identification pattern of Karate with elite athletes

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seyed Ehsan Naghibi ; Mehrdad Anbarian ; Mohammad Reza Mahmoodkhani (2017)
  • Publisher: Islamic Azad University, Hamedan Branch
  • Journal: Biyumikānīk-i varzishī (issn: 2476-4906, eissn: 2476-5937)
  • Subject: Teenage athlete | Talent | Antropometric | Sports medicine | RC1200-1245 | Karateka sport performance
    mesheuropmc: human activities

Objective: The aim of this study was to comparing the athletic performance and biometric features in elite karate players teenagers with a specific talent identification pattern of  karate in a professional gyms in Iran. Methods: Subjects available for sampling were divided into two groups teenagers karate athletes elite (n=19) and members developmental center and the Club Championship (n=19) for assessing the biometric data of the sport performance tests respectively. Shapiro-Wilk test was used for tests of normality. Independent t-test was employed for comparing the data collected of two groups (p=0.05). Statistical analysis was performed using SPSS v18. The results demonstrated no significant differences for biometric parameters in both groups (p>0.05). Results: The results of this study showed that the mean of biometric parameters no significant difference in both groups(p>0.05). Also none of them the mean of sport performance tests no significant difference in both groups except for the second ten meters running speed (p=0.05). Conclusion: According to that no significant difference in both groups between athletic performance and biometric parameters except one variable, we can conclude that the process of talent identification in the club studied, in order to distinguish and talented people from other potentially effective. Also according to the native data used in the analysis of the tests in this process can be patterns of biometric indices based on talent and sport performance in karate developed.
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