StatusThe thesis was presented on the 19 June, 2009
Approved by NCAA on the 1 October, 2009
Abstract– 0.41 Mb / in romanian
The present paper entitled ”Elaborating the content of the physical and technical training for gymnasts aged 11-12” dwells upon the experimental argumentation of the importance of programming the content of sports training in order to achieve the instructional performance objectives that have been set up. Pedagogical observations and research studies have drawn attention to the fact that women’s artistic gymnastics is currently deprived of the proper focus on programming the content of sports training, which in turn has led to registering very poor results both in the initial tests, and in the case of physical and technical training. As a result of the research that has been carried out, the experimental curriculum of physical and technical training was devised and put into practice for children aged 11-12. The implementation of this curriculum has proved efficient by the positive results of the women athletes in the experimental group, in both the technical and physical tests. Applying the structure and the content of the experimental curriculum elaborated in the process of sports training has confirmed its effectiveness by increasing the value of the sporting performance of women gymnasts included in the experimental group, presenting significant differences in the final tests as compared to the ones of the women gymnasts included in the witness group. The analysis of the correlation coefficients between the qualitative factors of the physical and technical training used in the sports training of gymnasts aged 11-12 is significantly related to the statistical average, registering positive variables as a result of the application of the experimental training curriculum, ranging from r = 0.41-0.60, which confirms the hypothesis of our research.
Key term: curricula, planning, sports training, methodically, physical training, technical training, competition, assessment, sporting performance.