Vol 11 issue 3 September 2011


Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES)

New ISSN:

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.

ETHICS OF PUBLICATION: The JPES policy regarding suspected scientific misconduct including

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

 

 

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CONTENTS

Art # 37, pp. 239 - 244

Ankle joint evaluation and rehabilitation at the cerebral palsied child

DAN CAIMAC1, EUGENIA ROSULESCU2, MIHAELA ZAVALEANU3, ILONA ILINCA4, STANOIU COSMINA5, ROXANA POPESCU6

1,6University of Medicine and Farmacy Craiova

2,3,4University of Craiova, FEFS

5Children Residential Rehabilitation Center, Craiova, Romania



Art # 38, pp. 245 - 248

Effects of different feedback methods on badminton skills learning

GURMEET SINGH1, YOGESH2

1Department of Physical Education, P.U. Chandigarh. India

2Department of Physical Education, P.U. Chandigarh, India



Art # 39, pp. 249 - 254

Difference between team and individual sports with respect to psychological skills, overall emotional intelligence and athletic success motivation in Shiraz city athletes.

HADI KAJBAFNEZHAD1, HASSAN.AHADI2, ALI REZA HEIDARIE3, PARVIZ ASKARI4, MIRSALAHEDIN ENAYATI5

1 Islamic Azad university-Research and Sciences Khuzestan Branch, IRAN.,

2 Department psychology Islamic Azad university-Research and Sciences Khuzestan Branch., IRAN

3,4 Islamic Azad university Branch Ahvaz., IRAN

5Islamic Azad university-Research and Sciences. Khuzestan Branch, IRAN.



Art # 40, pp. 255 - 258

Gender difference in achievement motivation of intervarsity level badminton players

ZAMIRULLAH KHAN1, ZEESHAN HAIDER2 & NASEEM AHMED3

1,2 Dept. of Physical Health & Sports Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (India)

3 Mumtaz Degree College, Lucknow University, Lucknow (India)



Art # 41, pp. 259 - 266

Common dance related musculoskeletal injuries

MALKOGEORGOS, A.1, MAVROVOUNIOTIS, F.2, ZAGGELIDIS, G.3, CIUCUREL, C.4

1,2,3Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Hellas, Greece

4 Department of Kinesitherapy, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of Pitesti, Romania



Art # 42, pp. 267 - 276

The effects of rhythmic activity on selected physiological and hysical fitness profile of school going girl’s

ASTHA RAUTELA

Mody Institute of Education and Reasearch (Deemed University) ,Rajasthan, India



Art # 43, pp. 277 - 283

Algerian professional soccer specific aerobic endurance during competitive period

DADI ABDELAZIZ

Department of Physical Education, University of Mentouri Constantine, Algeria



Art # 44, pp. 284 - 290

Demographic pattern of weight control behaviours of Rivers State karate athletes

IFEANYICHUKWU CHRISTIAN ELENDU

Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria



Art # 45, pp. 291 - 299

Corrective effects of different training options on development and maturation of professional motor skills from dominant and non-dominant legs of young soccer players.

ZBIGNIEW WITKOWSKI1, VLADIMIR LYAKH2, BORIS GUTNIK3, KRZYSZTOF LIPECKI4, BARTOSZ RUTOWICZ5, BORISLAV PENCHEV6, LORA PENCHEVA7

1,2,4,5 Academy of Physical Education, Krakow, Poland

3 State Classical Academy by Maimonides, Moscow, Russian Federation

6 Unitec, New Zealand

7 Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand



Art # 46, pp. 300 - 305

Relationship between Turkish students’ achievement goals and motivational strategies in physical education

GÖKÇE ERTURAN ILKER1 , GIYASETTIN DEMIRHAN2

1School of Sport Sciences and Technology, Pamukkale University TURKEY

2School of Sport Sciences and Technology, Hacettepe University TURKEY



Art # 47, pp. 306 - 312

Differences between isokinetic strength characteristics of more and less successful professional soccer teams

TOMAS MALY1, FRANTISEK ZAHALKA2, LUCIA MALA3

1,2,3 Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic



Art # 48, pp. 313 - 316

Effect consumption of Glutamine supplement on aerobic power, anaerobic power and body composition of soccer players

MOHSEN GHANBARZADEH1, MEHDI SEDAGHATPOUR2

1Islamic Azad University, Sosangeard Branch, Iran

2Teaching and Education organization of Boushehr Provence, Iran



Art # 49, pp. 317 - 328

Self-defining and ethnic expressions in the sports field in French -speaking black Africa: the case of Benin

PASCAL DAKPO1, BERNARD MASSIERA2, ALPHONSE GAGLOZOUN3, IONELA NICULESCU4

1 African and Madagascar Council for Higher Education (CAM) in Sociology of Sport, Laboratory of Human Sciences and Society, National Youth Institute of Physical Education and Sport (INJEPS) University of Abomey (Benin) - Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2 Sports Science, Faculty of Sport Sciences (UFRSAPS), University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis

3 Educational Sciences, Laboratory of Human Sciences and Society, National Youth Institute of Physical Education and Sport (INJEPS), University of Abomey-calavi (Benin)

4 Faculty of Physical Education and Sports (FEFS), University of Pitesti, Romania.



Art # 50, pp. 329 - 335

Contributions regarding sport selection and orientation for the first formative stage in athletics

CORINA DULCEANU1, LILIANA MIHĂILESCU2

1,2Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University of Pitesti,



Art # 51, pp. 336 - 341

Indicators of special training of highly skilled archers in pre mesocycle

YURIY BRISKIN1 , MARYAN PITYN2, SERGEY ANTONOV3

1,2,3 Lviv State University of Physical Culture, Lviv, Ukraine



Art # 52, pp. 342 - 348

Validity against health-related fitness and reliability of physical activity questionnaire in young female and male adults

PANTELIS THEODOROS NIKOLAIDIS1, MARTINA SÄCKLOVA2

1Department of Physical and Cultural Education, Hellenic Army Academy, Greece

2Biomedical Laboratory, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic



Art # 53, pp. 349 - 354

New dimensions of the physical education teacher’s personality in the context of the democratization of our society

CONSTANTIN PEHOIU

Department of Physical Education and Sports, Valahia University of Targoviste



Art # 54, pp. 355 - 359

Masters swimming at the adult age: contextual transformations of the notion of “competition”

SIMONA PETRACOVSCHI,

Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, West University, Timisoara, Romania.



Art # 55, pp. 360 - 364

Effectiveness of therapeutic physical exercises in cases of spastic cerebral palsy

ELISO MURVANIDZE

Medical and Educational Center of Children Neurology and Neurorehabilitation, Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia,



Art # 56, pp. 365 - 368

Study on specific skills of middle school evaluating basketball game

POPOVICI GHERGHITA1, COJANU FLORIN2

1School "Radu cel Mare" Găesti; Romania

2University of Pitesti, Romania