BEZPIECZEŃSTWO I SPRAWNOŚĆ DWU I TRÓJZADANIOWA U JUNIORÓW MŁODSZYCH UPRAWIAJĄCYCH PIŁKĘ NOŻNĄ

Andrzej Kozubowski
Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie
Dawid Kisiel
Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie
Szymon Krupnik
Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego w Krakowie
Karol Habrzyk
Parafialny Uczniowski Klub Sportowy Karol


The purpose of the study was to compare the results of dual and triple task depending on the position on the field, and the differences between the people who got the best results in the sprint of 10 meters and TUGCOG in junior juniors.

The research was conducted in one of the sports facilities in Malopolska. 16 junior juniors (X14.5) took part in the study. Anthropometric data was collected. The ability to sprint at a distance of 10 meters and gait ability during Timed Up and Go test Manual Version (TUGMAN) and Cognitive Version (TUGCOG) were also assessed. Statistical analysis was performed using STATISTICA 12 PL.

There were no statistically significant differences between 25% of the best sprint scores for 10 meters and TUGCOG in dual motor-cognitive  task. It has been shown that there is significantly less cost-benefit in junior midfield players than in defending players.

The cost for the defender players was 3-fold higher compared to midfield players. 25% of the best sprinters have the best 25% of the performance in dual –task  activity, and result of dual task perforamnce differs according to position on the pitch.



Keywords
Dual task, position, visual effectivness


10.24356/SEL/15/5