THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE ACADEMIC SUCCESS LEVELS OF THE BOYS PLAYING BASKETBALL AND CERTAIN VARIABLES

Umut CANLI, Mehmet GÜNAY
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Abstract


Aim: The aim of this study is to investigate the relation between the academic success levels of the boys playing basketball and certain variables such as age, basketball playing times, the number of the weekly average trainings and motoric skills.

Material and Methods: 93 students participated voluntarily in the study from three different sports clubs. The ages in which the participants started basketball varied between 10 and 13, and their durations of weekly trainings differed from each other. The end-of-the-year academic success average points of the participants were considered in determining the academic success levels; and the International Physical Performance Test Profile (IPPTP) (Kamar, 2008) was used in measuring the motoric skills. The issue of whether there was a significant difference between the participants was determined by using the SPSS 21.0 Package Program together with the One-Way ANOVA Test.

Results: According to the findings, it was determined that there were no relations between the academic success rates and the basketball playing durations, the number of weekly trainings, and their motoric skills (p>0.05). On the other hand, a statistically significant difference was determined between the age variable and the academic success levels (p<0.05).

Conclusions: No significant differences were detected between the motoric skills, number of trainings, starting basketball dates and the academic success levels of the sportsmen who receive basic basketball training (which contribute to the development of motoric skills) with different numbers of weekly training and with different basketball starting dates; while a negative significance was detected between the age variable and academic success.

Keywords


20 Meter Sprinting; Push-up; Sit-up;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18826/ijsets.56709

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