An investigation into the neuromuscular control at the level of the upper limbs of junior handball girls players
1 University Dunarea de Jos”, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, Street Garii, no., 63-64, 800008, Galati, Romania
2 University Transilvania, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Montana, Street Universităţii, no., 1, 500068, Braşov, Romania
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In this paper we want to present the development of upper limb muscle control in sportswomen handball. Thus at the beginning and end of championship players girls were tested with one MOVE 1 DU device type, then centralized data obtained and analyzed statistically. Handball players’ were 10 girls subjected search with the average age of 12.5 years, the average height of 165.5 cm. and an average weight of 57.7 kg. By centralizing data obtained we have seen an increase in upper limb neuromuscular control in final testing of statistically p <.05. Statistical analysis confirms the hypothesis that the means to improve neuromuscular control if applied properly and psychomotor functional somatic features specific age increases the competitive performance.
Key words: Neuromuscular control / player handball / development skill / performance
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