Vol 11 issue 2 June 2011


Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES)

online ISSN: 2247 - 806X

p-ISSN: 2247 - 8051

ISSN - L = 2247 - 8051

 

 

Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES) is the new series of formerly

Citius Altius Fortius - Journal of Physical Education and Sport (p-ISSN:1582-8131)


Journal of Physical Education and Sport is now a registered trademark (all rights reserved)

JPES is a peer-reviewed scientific journal. The journal provides open access to its content

with Frequency - 4 issue(s) per year.

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plagiarism,fabricated data, falsification is based on the “Committee on Publication Ethics COPE”

 

 

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CONTENTS

Art # 15, pp. 115 - 123

Teacher engagement with teaching games for understanding - game sense in physical education

SHANE PILL BEd (PE) MEd (Leadership) FACHPER

Lecturer in Physical Education Studies, School of Education, Flinders University, Australia

President: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SA Branch)



Art # 16, pp. 124 - 126

Effects of weight training on power performance

KAUKAB AZEEM1, RAJESH KUMAR2

1Lecturer, Physical Education Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia

2Associate Professor, Physical Education Department, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India



Art # 17, pp. 127 - 132

Evaluating the integration of the sensory-motor abilities to facilitate teachinglearning processes: a comparison between Italian and Indian models of teaching through the use of VMI test

STEFANO DI TORE1, PAOLA AIELLO2, FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA3 CLAUDIO MACCHI4, MAURIZIO SIBILIO5

1Stefano Di Tore (Corresponding author).Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Salerno.

2Paola Aiello (Co-Author). PhD student in “Methodology of Educational Research” at the Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Salerno.

3Filippo Gomez Paloma (Co-Author). Assistant Professor of Method and Didactic of Motor Activities at the University of Salerno.

4Claudio Macchi (Co-Author). MD, Specialist in Gerontology and Geriatrics, in Cardiology and in Preventive Medicine and Hygiene. Associate Professor and President of the Degree Courses in Master of Science In Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities and in Management of Sport and Motor Activities, Faculty of Medicine, University of Florence, Italy. Director of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit of the Don Gnocchi Foundation, Florence, Italy.

5Maurizio Sibilio (Co-Author). Full Professor of “Methods and Teaching of Sports Activities” at the Department of Educational Sciences - University of Salerno-Italy. Director of the Interdepartmental Centre of “Health, Sport and Integration Processes” – University of Salerno-Italy. Responsible of the Handicap Laboratory at the Faculty of Formation Sciences – University of Salerno Italy.



Art # 18, pp. 133 - 137

The acute effect of kinesio taping on hamstring extensibility in university students

MERINO-MARBAN R.,1FERNANDEZ-RODRIGUEZ E.,2 LOPEZ-FERNANDEZ I,.3 MAYORGA-VEGA D.4

1,2,3 University of Malaga, Faculty of Sciences of Education, Human Movement Laboratory, Malaga, Spain

4 University of Malaga, Malaga, Spain



Art # 19, pp. 138 - 141

The teaching of physical education in primary school as the foundation of sports development

ORUNABOKA, T.T1., OGULU, C.B2.

1,2, Faculty of Education University of PORT HARCOURT, Rivers State, Nigeria



Art # 20, pp. 142 - 148

Comparison of times recorded in the 60 m flat and the 60 m hurdles finals at the junior III national indoor championships 2010 and 2011

BOGDAN CONSTANTIN RATA 1, GLORIA RATA 2,DAN IULIAN ALEXE3, ADRIAN SAVA4,

1,2,3, “Vasile Alecsandri” University of Bacau, Romania

4 University of PitestI (PhD candidate), Romania



Art # 21, pp. 149 - 152

Technical Skills Leading in Winning or Losing Volleyball Matches During Beijing Olympic Games

ASTERIOS PATSIAOURAS1, ATHANASIOS MOUSTAKIDIS2, KONSTANTINOS CHARITONIDIS3, DIMITRIOS KOKARIDAS4

1 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Trikala, University of Thessaly, Greece

2 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Komotini, Greece

3 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Thessaloniki, Greece

4 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Trikala, Greece



Art # 22, pp. 153 - 158

A study on italian primary school rules: neurophysiological and didatics aspects in phisical education and sport

GAETANO RAIOLA

Public school head of Naples & contract professor University of Salerno, Italy



Art # 23, pp. 159 - 166

A comparison of ball velocity in different kicking positions with dominant and non-dominant leg in junior soccer players.

MÁRIO C. MARQUES1, FILIPE PEREIRA2, DANIEL A. MARINHO3, MAFALDA REIS4, MARIAN CRETU5, ROLAND VAN DEN TILLAAR6

1,2,3,4, Department of Exercise Science, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

1,2,3,6, Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal

6 Department of Teacher Education and Sports of Sogn and Fjordane University College, Norway

5Physical Education and Sport, University of Pitesti, Romania



Art # 24, pp. 167 - 173

Skeletal muscle strength in older adults. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) genotype affects: an UPDATE

ANA PEREIRA1, ANTÓNIO J. SILVA2, ALDO M. COSTA3, ESTELA BASTOS4, MÁRIO C. MARQUES5

,1,2 University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro/ CIDESD, Vila Real, Portugal

3,5 University of Beira interior/CIDESD, Covilhã, Portugal

4 University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, IBB/CGB, Vila Real, Portugal



Art # 25, pp. 174 - 177

Strength in power sports: the latest scientific results.

MÁRIO C. MARQUES

Department of Sport Sciences, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal



Art # 26, pp. 178 - 181

A Pilot Study on the influence of fatigue on kicking velocity in the soccer players

RICARDO FERRAZ1 , ROLAND VAN DEN TILLAAR2, SÉRGIO FERRAZ3, ALBANO SANTOS4, ROMEU MENDES5, DANIEL A. MARINHO6, MARIAN CRETU7, MÁRIO C. MARQUES8

1,3,4,5,6,8 Department of Exercise Science, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

1,2,4,5,6,8 Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal

2,3 Sogn and Fjordane University College, Norway

7 Physical Education and Sport, University of Pitesti, Romania



Art # 27, pp. 182 - 187

A comperison of selected kinemetical parameters between male and female intervarsity long jumpers

IKRAM HUSSAIN1, ASIM KHAN2, ARIF MOHAMMAD3, MOHD. ARSHAD BARI4, AHSAN AHMAD5

1Professor and Chairman, Department of Physical Health and Sports Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, (U.P.), INDIA.

2,3,4,5Research Scholar, Department of Physical Health and Sports Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, (U.P.), INDIA.



Art # 28, pp. 188 - 193

Is there a “Mourinho” effect over the psychological performance profile of elite soccer players?

PEDRO GUEDES DE CARVALHO1, TIAGO GUADALUPE2

1Department of Sport Sciences, UBI, Portugal, CIDESD, Center for Research in Sports, Health and Human Development, Portugal

2Department of Sport Sciences MsC student, U.B.I., Portugal



Art # 29, pp. 194 - 199

How can we get to know local governance of sports? – A case study in a Lagged region

PEDRO GUEDES DE CARVALHO1 , ANTÓNIO ALBINO ALVES2

1Department of Sport Sciences, UBI, CIDESD, Center for Research in Sports, Health and Human Development, Portugal

2 Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, MsC student at UBI, Portugal



Art # 30, pp. 200 - 204

New tendencies in the application of altitude training in sport preparation

RANISAVLJEV IGOR1, ILIC VLADIMIR2, MARKOVIC MILOS3, BABIC GORAN4

1,2,3,4 Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Belgrade, Serbia



Art # 31, pp. 205 - 210

The effect of aquatic plyometric training with and without resistance on selected physical fitness variables among volleyball players

K. KAMALAKKANNAN1 , DR. KAUKAB AZEEM2, DR. C. ARUMUGAM3

1Director of Physical Education, Arunai Engineering College, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil nadu, India. 2Lecturer, Physical Education Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, S.A

3Asst Prof Dept of sports coaching, Tamilnadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai, India.



Art # 32, pp. 211 - 214

Relationships between somatotype, anthropometry and physical fitness variables in untrained university students

MASOUD NIKBAKHT

Physical education collage, Islamic Azad University, Shoushtar branch,Iran



Art # 33, pp. 215 - 220

Aerobic evaluation of young swimmers using the critical velocity test a brief report

FERNANDES, RICARDO (PhD)

Centre of Research, Education, Innovation and Intervention in Sport, Faculty of Sport, University of Porto Rua Dr. Plácido Costa, 91. 4200 Porto, Portugal.



Art # 34, pp. 221 - 225

Influence of anthropometric characteristics on speed abilities of 14 years old elite male basketball players

SAŠA JAKOVLJEVIC1, MILIVOJE KARALEJIC2, ZORAN PAJIC3, BRANKO GARDAŠEVIC4, RADIVOJ MANDIC5

1,2,3,4,5University of Belgrade, Faculty of sport and Physical Education



Art # 35, pp. 226 - 234

Effects of an 8-week physical activity program on body composition and physical fitness on obese and pre obese female students

JÚLIO C. MARTINS1, ANDREIA F. MARIALVA2, MARIANA AFONSO3, NÁDIA F. GAMEIRO4, ALDO M. COSTA5

1,2,3,4,5University of Beira Interior. Department of Sport Sciences (UBI, Covilhã, Portugal)

1,Research Centre in Physical Activity, Health and Leisure (CIAFEL, Porto, Portugal)

5Research Centre in Sports, Health and Human Development (CIDESD, Portugal)



Art # 36, pp. 235 - 237

A study on the physiological traits of sportsmen with different aerobic capacities

SYED IBRAHIM,1, RAJESH KUMAR2

1King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia, ,

2Hyderabad, India.