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Saeed Ilbeigi, Ghasem Mir, Mohamad Esmaeil Afzalpour,
Volume 6, Issue 12 (3-2015)
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Background and aim: The purpose of this study was to compare some anthropometric, physical - motor and skill factors in football players junior 10-13 years in two levels of successful and non-successful in South Khorasan province. Methods: Anthropometric Factors (weight, height, length and circumference of the thigh and leg), were measured using by standard accessories. The physical – motor test were include of 36 meters speed test, 4×9 meters agility test, and 20 meter shuttle run. Moreover, skill tests as Moore-Christian index, including dribbling, shooting and passing were measured. Independent t-test and Kolmogorov - Smirnov significant level (P <0/05), was used to analyze the results. Result: The results indicated significant differences between Successful and non-successful players in both the Physical - Motor characteristics and skills (P <0/05). But no significant differences were found in anthropometric characteristics (P >0/05). The Successful players also indicated significantly better performance in comparison with non- Successful players (P <0/05) in some parameters as agility, dribbling, passing and shooting. These findings suggest that a range of tests can successfully used for differentiation between Successful footballers players from non- Successful counterparts in the early distinctive age’s junior. Discussion and conclusion: Based on these results, it can be said that agility and some skill techniques such as dribbling, shooting and passing can be considered as important factors for selecting high level players in the junior football players. It is proposed to process more emphasis on talent under 13 years of age and comparing technical expertise and physical players based on anthropometric factors to be avoided.
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Volume 8, Issue 15 (3-2016)
Abstract

Introduction: nowadays anthropometric characteristics and physiological in order to used for talent identification and evaluation of an athlete's fitness. The purpose of this study was evaluating the anthropometric profile and physiological capabilities of the relationship among them Iranian elite male kabaddi players in the young.
Methods: For this purpose, twenty- three young national players of the kabaddi team participated in this study. The anthropometric variables included height, weight, BMI, and body fat percentage. The physiological characteristics consisted of aerobic power and anaerobic, speed, agility, bilateral jump, upper body strength, flexibility and sit- up was measured. The obtained data was analyzed by descriptive statistics (mean ± standard deviation) and Pearson correlation coefficient for determining the relationship between the variables of study based on the intended targets in the level of 0/05.
Results: The result showed that the average height (176±3/97)cm, Weight (64/39±11/3) kg, BMI (20/86±1/09), 36meters (5/34±0/25) seconds, flexibility (35/64±4/71) cm, agility(9/20±0/21) seconds, power(4330/05±401/10) watts of power (28/6±09/68)kg, sit- ups(60/33±14/6) repeat, bilateral jump(156/74±8/76) repeat and in aerobic 1600 meters run test(5/52±0/36) minutes and seconds obtained. Also assessment of correlation showed that there was a significant relationship between 36 meters with anaerobic power of(r=%63, p≤0/05), flexibility(r= - %53, p≤0/05) and between the torso endurance and aerobic power capacity(r= %56, p≤0/05), agility(r= %44, p≤0/05), foot muscular endurance, BMI(r= %41, p≤0/05) and power(r= %52, p≤0/05).
Conclusions: It seems that the technical and tactical issues playing a more significant role in the success of the Indian team. However, coaches can anthropometric and physiological in order to continuously to evaluate the physical fitness of players and scouting talented players use.
 
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Volume 9, Issue 17 (3-2017)
Abstract

Introduction: Physical fitness and physical structure has an important role in the success of athletes. To have knowledge of body characteristics and to know the physiological aspects of the body is important in every sport and for every athlete. This study was conducted to explore the anthropometric characteristics, physical fitness and body composition of adolescent Iranian girls’ volleyball players and provide a model using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA).
Methods:172 female volleyball players from many provinces of the country participated in the study with the age range of (15.33 ± 1.5) years.The body composition factors which were measured were weight, body mass index, fat, WHR, fat-free mass and anthropometric parameters: height, arm length and leg length. Physiological variables and physical fitness including power (vertical jump), agility, flexibility, shoulder rotation, grip strength, sit-up and aerobic capacity were also measured. Pearson correlation coefficient, Descriptive Statistics and mathematical methods (DEA) was used for data analysis (P≤0/05).
Results: Data showed that there were significant differences between jumping leg length, body fat percentage, body mass index and fat percentage and flexibility. Compared to some previous studies, the participants had more strength and shoulder rotation and had lower aerobic capacity, Sit-up, power (vertical jump), height, weight and body fat percentage.According to the DE results, 84% of the participants were diagnosed as efficient.
Conclusion: The results of this study could be a suitable model for talent identification and selection of volleyball players.
Dr Reza Ghara Khanlo, , Ms Azadeh Zoroufi, Dr Hamid Agha Alinejad,
Volume 19, Issue 19 (3-2018)
Abstract

Introduction: The aim of this study was to describe the anthropometric, body composition and physiological profile of elite rowers of Iran and Compare them with selected countries, in order to help sports talent identification nationwide and assess them.
Methods: For the purpose, 25 elite Lightweight and Heavyweight rowers (18 males, 7 females) who participated in the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, were assessed. Anthropometric profile was measured according to ISAK instruction including height, weight, 5 points girth, 2 points width in addition to sitting height and arm span. Body composition variable measurements were weight, body fat percentage, and BMI. Also, Physiological measurements were aerobic indices (HRVO2max, Pmax, Vo2max) and anaerobic indices (absolute and relative peak power of both upper and lower body). Descriptive statistics were used for describing data and differences between males and females, respectively.
Results: The results of this study indicate that there was a significant difference between light and heavyweight males and females in all variables (anthropometric, body composition and physiological), except HRVO2max in the heavyweight group (P≤0.05).
Conclusion: According to our study, national rowers of Iran are at a higher level of anthropometric indices compared with physiological factors. However, a physiological profile, they have an acceptable condition in comparison with other athletes in selected countries. Accordingly, it seems that with Improvement the quality and quantity of program training in national rowers can increase the number of global medals for country, because it was shown national rowers had a good position in anthropometric and physiological profile.


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