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pISSN:2286 –3524 ;eISSN-2286 –3524

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EDITORIAL STAFF

Editor in Chief - Germina Cosma - University of Craiova - Theory and Methodology of Motor Activities  Department

Scientific Editor - Ligia Rusu - University of Craiova - Kinetotherapy and Sport Medicine Department
Scientific Editor - Dorina Orţănescu - University of Craiova - Theory and Methodology of Motor Activities  Department

Managing Editor - Costin Nanu - University of Craiova - Theory and Methodology of Motor Activities  Department

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

 

Cătălin Forţan, University of Craiova

Monoem Haddad, Faculty Sport Science Program College of Arts & Sciences, Qatar University, Qata
Cătălin Păunescu, University of Medicine and Pharmacy ”Carol Davila”, Bucharest
Aurora Ungureanu, University of Craiova
Luminiţa Marinescu, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Craiova
Mirela Shaoo, University of Craiova

Bogdan Raţă, University of Bacău
Răzvan Mihai Barbu, University of Craiova

Mihaela Zavaleanu, University of Craiova

Nilufer Cetislu Korkmaz, Pamukkale University, Denzli, Turkey

Sorin Cazacu, University of Craiova

 

SCIENTIFIC BOARD

 

Uğur Cavlak -Pamukkale University, Denzli, Turkey 

Malgorzata Sobera - University School of Physical Education, Wroclaw, Poland

Toganidis Theodoros – Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Dragomir Marian – University of Craiova, Romania

Irina Juhas  -  University of Belgrade, Serbia

Grigore Vasilica - University of Physical Education and Sport, Bucharest, Romania

Mehmet UYGUR – University of Delaware, USA

Liliana Mihăilescu – University of Pitesti, Romania

Gloria Raţă - "Vasile Alecsandri" University of Bacău, Romania

Tatiana Dobrescu -"Vasile Alecsandri" University of Bacău, Romania

Mariana Cordun - University of Physical Education and Sport, Bucharest, Romania

Bas Aslan Ummuhan – Pamukkale University, Denzli, Turkey

Mihaela Oraviţan – West University of Timisoara, Romania

Stevo Popovic - University of Montenegro, Montenegro

Eugenia Roşulescu -University of Craiova, Romania

Mihnea Marin - University of Craiova, Romania

Virgil Tudor -University of Physical Education and Sport, Bucharest, Romania

Hasan Hallaçeli - Mustafa Kemal University, Hatay, Turkey

Arzu Razak Özdinçler - İstanbul University, İstanbul, Turkey

Taina Avramescu - University of Craiova, Romania

Hakan Uysal - Osmangai University, Eskisehir, Turkey

Selçuk Akpinar - Nevşehir University, Turkey

Ilker Yılmaz - Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey

Zaggelidis Georgios - Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece

Mirela Călina - University of Craiova

Marian Crețu – University of Pitesti, Romania

Kursad Sertbas - Kocaeli University Faculty of Sport Science/Kocaeli - Turkey

Roberta Gheţu - University of Craiova

Ilona Ilinca - University of Craiova

Ummuhan Baş Aslan - Pamukkale University, Denzli, Turkey

  

ISSN 2286 – 3524                                                                      

ISSN-L 2286 – 3524 

 Publisher: Universitaria

156 Brestei Street, 200177, Craiova, Romania

Editorial office address:

University of Craiova, Physical Education and Sports Faculty

156 Brestei Street, 200177, Craiova, Romania

 

THE AUTHORS ASSUME THE ENTIRE CONTENT OF THE PAPERS.

 

 

CONTENT

STUDY ON THE MANIFESTATION OF EQUILIBRIUM CAPACITY IN SYNDROM DOWN ATHLETES PRACTINCING JUDO


STUDY ON THE USE OF PLIOMETRIC EXERCISES IN THE SPECIFIC TRAINING OF TAEKWONDO


 EFFICIENCY OF BASKETBALL POINT GUARD PLAYER IN GAMES


REWARD OR EQUITY CROWDFUNDING IN SPORT RELATED PROJECTS


THE BENEFITS OF KINETIC PROGRAM FOR PACIENTS WITH TOTAL HIP PROSTHESIS


 TEACHING METHODOLOGY OF ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SCHOOL CENTERS


 SECONDARY AND TERTIARY PROFILAXY OF THE MOYAMOYA DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD CASE PRESENTATION


 THE INFLUENCE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE ON SPORT LAW – CASE STUDY


 CONTRIBUTION OF HANDBALL SPECIFIC MEANS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF COORDINATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES, IN PRIMARY EDUCATION


 STRATEGY COMMUNICATION IN SPORT


 THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF-ESTEEM IN THE CAREER OF YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS


 TALENT MANAGEMENT IN SPORT ORGANIZATIONS


 GONARTHROSIS - REHABILITATION THROUGH KINETOTHERAPY

 




STUDY ON THE MANIFESTATION OF EQUILIBRIUM CAPACITY IN SYNDROM DOWN ATHLETES PRACTINCING JUDO

Maria Liliana MIRCICĂ1, Cătălin PĂUNESCU1, Gabriel PIŢIGOI1, Silviu PETRESCU1

1University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania

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Abstract: Equilibrium capacity is an important component of motor guidance. An objective balance assessment for judo-practicing lower-grade athletes was achieved through the Y-Balance (Functional Movement, 2016) platform, a dynamic test executed on a foot or a hand requiring strength, flexibility, central control and proprioception. Six athletes, Judoka Bears team members, with a 3-year competitive experience participated in this study. They practice judo as a therapy in recovery activities for people with this syndrome starting with the end of 2014. The aim of the research is to assess the ability to manifest the dynamic balance for Down syndrome judo practicing athletes, knowing that they are characterized by poor coordination of body segment movements and poorly developed motor skills. The objective is to establish the level of balance-of-mind capacity for mentally deficient people, and the influence of judo on them. Depending on upper limbs and lower limbs, the study revealed, according to the correlation matrix, that the strongest variables of the total number of variables are for the upper right limb with antero-medial displacement (0.882429 factorial saturation), followed by the upper right limb with lateral displacement, whose factorial saturation is 0,868248, and the lower right leg with postero-medial displacement with a saturation level of 0,825715.

Keywords: judo, down, balance, sports, sports performance.



 

STUDY ON THE USE OF PLIOMETRIC EXERCISES IN THE SPECIFIC TRAINING OF TAEKWONDO

Maria Liliana MIRCICĂ1, Cătălin PĂUNESCU2, Gabriel PIŢIGOI2, Silviu PETRESCU2

1University of Physical Education and Sports, Bucharest

2University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania

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Abstract: The concept of the method used for this application and carried out on a sample of Taekwondo athletes is trying to identify the adequate solution by simultaneously considering two criteria: the attribute of significance of the motricity investigation and the feature of practicality – in the sense of achieving an acceptable level of reliability and adequacy of the data while using a noninvasive device, which is also as less obtrusive as possible to the subjects.

The study was conducted on 8 students, members of the taekwondo (TKD) team, of the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, with a competitive experience of 10 to 12 years. The Jump Pliometry assessment in anaerobic effort was performed using the Myotest PRO device. Two tests were performed, an initial one to determine the stadium level for jump pliometry, and a final test to determine the level of progress. The main objectives pursued by this test are: to measure the contractile and inter-muscular muscle coordination in the lower limbs and the values provided information on the quality of the jump that influences the sport performance. As a conclusion, by applying a centralized training program including pliometric exercises even  in the specific part, significant changes in expansion, contact time, response and distribution of the load can be generated in the lower limbs.

Keywords: taekwondo, sports, sports performance in taekwondo, myotest PRO.



 

EFFICIENCY OF BASKETBALL POINT GUARD PLAYER IN GAMES

Florentina POPESCU1, Maria-Cristiana PORFIREANU2, Cristian RISTEA1

1Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Spiru Haret

2Academy of Economic Studies

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 Abstract: Introduction Modern sports games training methodology has some important changes in the conception of content, structure and organization of the players’ training. Each sport game has a modeling method applicable, as well as in basketball training. In a basketball team, each player has a specific position on court, but the players are request to play more positions (roles) in a game. So, that means the players have to be able to change fast their role in order to win points.

Material and methods Goal’s paper is to analyze the efficiency of the actions of the leading basketball player in 2017 National Championship in Romania. The hypothesis: if the individualized basketball training the coach’ aims are increasing the effectiveness of the attack actions, then on the official games, the leader will have high percentages in the playing model.

The research methods used are: scientific documentation, case study, statistical-mathematical method, graphic method.

The study was based on the record sheets of 35 official games from Women's Basketball National Championship in a competitive year, 2017.

Results: We analyzed the point guard’ efficiency in the basketball team performance. We recorded the game model indicators for the female Romanian basketball team.

Discussions and conclusions

One of the most important role of the players is to be point guard. For this, the player has to be very good in handling the ball, for passing, dribbling, throwing, shooting. The most important action of the point guard player is to initiate offensive play.

Keywords: efficiency, point guard, basketball.



 

REWARD OR EQUITY CROWDFUNDING IN SPORT RELATED PROJECTS

Mădălina Camelia ADAM (Olteanu)

University of Craiova, Romania

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 Abstract: In recent years, the crowdfunding method has generated several billions in funding, no matter the campaign’s area of activity. Nevertheless, the efficiency of this tool may be improved, considering that around 60 percent of Kickstarter campaigns fail (Daly, 2017), considering this is probably one of the most popular and efficient global crowdfunding platforms. Through this article we have analyzed a variety of crowdfunding sport related campaigns or case studies, to discover common principles and patterns that may be repeated, to obtain the desired results. We have focused less on crowdfunding donation or non-profit sport projects (funding without expecting any return) and we have reviewed more sustainable forms, such as reward or equity crowdfunding, which involve receiving a reward or shares in the company in return for the investment. This article emphasizes that equity funding is used to a very small extent by the campaign’s initiators (under 5% of all sport related projects), unlike reward crowdfunding.

Some of the guiding principles and best practices common to the hundreds of projects reviewed are:

  • The ability to synthesize in one phrase the purpose of the product/project and its unique selling characteristics;
  • Complex grill for rewards, differentiated according to the donated amount;
  • Integrating the crowdfunding campaign in a larger marketing strategy;
  • For sport teams - using their existing fans as a source of external funds.

The results of this research confirm some of the principles found in previous studies. It also provides additional information on the impact of this financing tool, regarding the obstacles met in the process or the state of development of jurisprudence in the field.

Keywords: crowdfunding campaigns, reward crowdfunding, equity crowdfunding, efficiency rate.



 

THE BENEFITS OF KINETIC PROGRAM FOR PACIENTS WITH TOTAL HIP PROSTHESIS

 Eva ILIE MOLDOVEANU1, Denisa ENESCU BIERU1, Ramona Denise MALIN2, Catalin POPESCU1, Anamaria KESE1

1Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of Craiova, Romania

2Faculty of Medicine, Otorinolaryngology Department, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Craiova, Romania

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 ABSTRACT: Background. The aim of this paper is to study the importance of kinetic treatment in the postoperative rehabilitation of muscle strength in order to restore joint range of motion (ROM), flexibility and improve gait for total hip prosthesis patients, also to relieve pain and for increase patient quality of life on long term. We consider that an individualized kinetic program is applied as early as possible for functional rehabilitation of the prosthetic hip then the socio-professional reintegration will be faster and the quality of life will increased.

Methods. A retrospective study on 15 patients who underwent a rehabilitation treatment after balancing prosthesis intervention from June 2017 to February 2018 at the Calafat Rehabilitation Hospital. 12 who participate to the kinetic program (B1 group), and 3 (B2 group) who are unable to benefit from this program due to major contraindications. The evaluations were performed at admission, during the kinetic program (after 30 days) and at the end of the program (after 90 days).

Results. There are significant differences between B1 group and B2. It's noted that hip joint ROM is higher for group B1 than group B2, the faster rehabilitation trend is observed for patients in group B1 due to the fact that they also work for the rehabilitation of muscle strength. The significant results of the active ROM is recorded at 90 days postoperatively, during this time the patients of the B1 lot gain a muscle hip joint strength.

Conclusions. The postoperative evolution of patients with total hip prosthesis requires a complex assessment to establish the patient's functional abilities. In this study we found that within the 30 and 90 day evaluation following individualized rehab programs compared to patients who didn’t follow such a program, a feature highlighted in particular by the obvious improvement in functional abilities gait parameters at this patients.

Keywords: hip endoprosthesis, functional evaluation, kinetic therapy.




TEACHING METHODOLOGY OF ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION SCHOOL CENTERS

Antoanela OLTEAN, Nicoleta Daniela CALOTĂ

Physical Education and Sport Faculty, Ovidius Univeristy of Constanța

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 Abstract: In the process of teaching adapted physical school education a particularly important role is played by the means of education, which can be material, methodical and intuitive.

In the present paper, we intend to identify the means of adapted physical activities that respond to the objectives of adapted physical education, depending on the type of disability, in order to improve the didactic process. In this way we applied a questionnaire to physical education teachers from inclusive school centers (n=3) to find out which are the needs of conducting a physical education lesson to children with different impairments.

Observing answers, we considered it appropriate to make some methodical factsheets for the acquisition of the right jump on the trampoline, depending on the three most common deficiencies in such centers.

The conclusions of this methodological material are:

  1. The developed material makes a substantial contribution to the fund of specialized materials in the field of adapted physical education and sports;
  2. The exercises presented may be the means to achieve the objectives of the gymnastics lessons in special education.

Keywords: teaching methodology, adapted physical education, deficiency



 

SECONDARY AND TERTIARY PROFILAXY OF THE MOYAMOYA DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD

CASE PRESENTATION

Elena BUHOCIU

Spiru Haret University, Bucharest Romania

Faculty of Physical Education, Sport and Physical Therapy, Bucharest, Romania

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 Abstract: The Moyamoya syndrome (also known as the Moyamoya disease) consists of a series of malformations and congenital modifications of the cerebral arteries and occlusions and narrowing of the terminal carotid artery bifurcation.

The term Moyamoya comes from the Japanese language and means "puff smoke". This describes the arteriography of cerebral artery changes, which emit numerous small-diameter collateral vessels with fragile walls.

The diagnosis of Moyamoya disease is established after excluding other genetic or congenital causes of such vascular malformations.

These vessels with increased fragility often have parietal lesions at increased risk of rupture and secondary stroke.

In the present paper we aim to present the case of a child diagnosed with the Moyamoya disease who suffered two vascular accidents and is currently in the recovery process.

The treatment is complex and consists of surgery and rehabilitation.

Depending on the location of the cerebral malformations, clinical manifestations are diverse. In the present case, they are motor, but the child also has speech disorders, even if the intelligence is preserved.

Keywords: Vascular malformations, child stroke, rehabilitation.



 

THE INFLUENCE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE ON SPORT LAW – CASE STUDY

 Mirela SHAAO, Maria SHAAO

1University of Craiova, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Craiova

2Univeristy of Craiova, Faculty of Law, Craiova, Master’s Degree in Business Law

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 Abstract: The study presents two of the most relevant law cases establishing a general framework for freedom of movement for workers in the field of sport, judgments in which The European Court of Justice gave a preliminary ruling based on the questions submitted by the national courts.

The Case C-415/93 of Bosman v Royal Club Liégeois SA and UEFA is based on a dispute regarding the free movement of workers and the incompatibility with the Treaty of Rome of definite rules regarding the business relationships between employers which restrict the exercise of rights of the employees established by the European Community for all Member States. In the preliminary ruling, The European Court of Justice decided on establishing a new rule in the world of sports, determining that football is a subject to the European Union rules regarding the freedom of movement for workers, decision which led to FIFA changing regulations on the status of professional football players at the end of a contract and the freedom of choosing another team to evolve.

The Case C-176/96 of Lehtonen v Fédération royale belge des sociétés de basket-ball ASBL put in a spotlight a situation regarding the free movement of workers in the case of professional basketball players and sporting rules related to the transfer of players from European States which are part of the European Union organization. The preliminary ruling is based on the question regarding specific articles from the Treaty of Rome which might preclude the application of certain rules of sporting associations, rules which have a role to prohibit a basketball club from using players from other European Member States in the national championship matches, if a certain date of the transfer has not been respected.

By studying the Case Law of the European Court regarding sport cases, it is noticeable that the principles established by the European Union are not to be neglected regardless of the given situations and domains. As primary cases of the Court, the early jurisprudence is an example of the power of the European Court of Justice for all the Member States which is still used as a strong reference to present-day cases.

Keywords: sport law, players, rules, European Court of Justice



 

CONTRIBUTION OF HANDBALL SPECIFIC MEANS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF COORDINATION IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSES, IN PRIMARY EDUCATION

Adrian GEORGESCU

Ovidius University of Constanta, Constanta, Romania

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Abstract: The development of coordination capacities at a higher level in physical education lessons, influences, to a great extent, the acquisition, consolidation, improvement and stability of new motor acts in time. It is also conducive to the efficient and varied performance of previously acquired motor acts and actions. They allow the restructuring and re-adaptation of the execution of acts and actions in order to make them more efficient. Exercises used in lessons to develop coordination should be of increased difficulty, requiring students a high level of general and segmental coordination, balance, sense of rhythm and tempo, spontaneity and creativity. it is necessary to avoid the exercises that cause pupils to be sharpened and to approach those who demand and capitalize on the other motor skills.

Keywords: handball, coordination, physical education



 

STRATEGY COMMUNICATION IN SPORT

Georgeta NICULESCU, Elena SABĂU

Spiru Haret University, 24 Berceni, Bucharest

 Abstract:

Introduction

Communication is a fundamental means of psychosocial interaction.

The determining factors of communication are: communication actors, code and communication channel, contextual and environmental factors, and bilateral communication and feedback.

Methods and material Research of the specialized literature was the mean method in order to achieve the paper. There are some sources that treat about the communication as technical process. In the same time there are authors that studied about communication in sport fields. We started from the thesis that an efficient communication between coaching team and athlete leads to better performance behavior.

Results Specialized literature debates about the elements of the communication process, and states that the strong link between the source and the receptor.

Discussion and conclusions Study of literature emphasizes the roles of coaching team as sources and the athletes as receptors. A good relation in communication influences the sport performance in athletes’ lifetime.

Keywords: athletes, communication, performance.



 

THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND SELF-ESTEEM IN THE CAREER OF YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS

Raluca STEPAN1, Daniel PĂSĂRIN2, Camelia STĂNCESCU2

1University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences,  Romania

2University of Craiova

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 Abstract: The present study is designed to investigate the degree of correlation between emotional intelligence and self-esteem in entrepreneurship at the level of future managers. The theoretical concepts used in the theoretical foundation and in the construction of this study relate primarily to emotional intelligence, which is a field of high interest both in the sphere of behavioural sciences and the scientific world in general. The concept resonates with the emphasis on the importance of self-awareness and self-knowledge, trying to regulate the emphases put on intellect until present. The study of emotional intelligence, in correlation with the complex aspect of self-esteem placed at the critical moment of adopting the decision to open a firm, becomes an object of interest in psychological fields such as emotion neuroscience, self-regulation theory, research on metacognition or human cognitive abilities other than those related to "academic" intelligence.

The study was attended by 56 young persons, prospective or potential entrepreneurs from the South-West Oltenia Region (Romania), who attended an entrepreneurial skills course in May-September 2018, under a European-funded program, so everyone is in the face of a common situation linked to the career decision. Relationship analysis confirms the validity of the tools used in the investigated field, through the significant relationships identified, relationships in line with those highlighted by other authors.

Keywords: career decisions, emotional intelligence, self-esteem, entrepreneurship, occupational interests.



 

TALENT MANAGEMENT IN SPORT ORGANIZATIONS

Mihai Constantin Răzvan BARBU, Dragoş Laurențiu DIACONESCU

University of Craiova, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Craiova

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 Abstract: Succession and talent management approach from sports organizations should be shaped by its strategic goals, the context in which it can be find, and human resources requirements. We will present the six steps that provide a work schedule to design and implement succession in management: a) planning/extending the process, b) providing strategic integration, c) assess the current situation, d) identifying and assessing gifted individuals e) implementation: planning and undertaking development, f) evaluation.

In the starting phase, the organization must define a business case for the succession in management. The second step should be considered in the demographic light of the organization and implications of the demographic change upon the application of candidates for critical organizational roles. By the third step, by estimating the current state of play, it is performed a risk assessment of possible departures from the existing already critical roles. The fourth step is to identify and evaluate the potential. It incorporates the identification of critical roles in the organization and the development of a clear understanding of the capabilities required for effectiveness in those roles. The fifth step is the implementation and this involves planning and implementing the program. The last step is evaluation. For the organization, assessing its results could be determined in the following terms: if organizational risk decreased, reduced or not.

Keywords: management, sport, organization.



 

GONARTHROSIS - REHABILITATION THROUGH KINETOTHERAPY

 Alexandra TRĂILĂ1, Liviu-Alexandru TRĂILĂ2

1Masterand of University of Craiova, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, România

2University of Craiova, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, România

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Abstract: Gonarthrosis is a degenerative disorder consists of hyaline cartilage destruction present in the joint and bones, it manifests itself through great pain, which often does not respond to drug therapy and require surgery. The onset of the illness is slow, with an installation period of between a few months and a few years, which can lead to a delay in starting treatment. Medical rehabilitation in patients with gonarthrosis is extremely important, because if this is not achieved in time, forms of disability are created which can lead to the person from working and living a normal life. At the first manifestations of the disease, treatment should be started, combining the procedures of kinetotherapy with the medical treatment. The physical exercises associated with massage have the effect of  knee rehabilitation and joint protection. The goal of this research is to demonstrate the efficiency of physical therapy during the medical treatment for gonarthrosis and to compare the state of pain and mobility before and after the treatment. The program was according to evolution stage of the disease. Between 01.03.2018 - 31.05. 2018 we conducted a study on a group of 24 adults with gonarthrosis in one or both knees. Progress at the end of treatment was favourable, even if the physical treatment cannot get healing. Applying early rehabilitation treatment leads to shortened recovery period. Weight loss is necessary to prevent excessive joint stress.

Keywords:knee,gonarthrosis, pain, rehabilitation.



 

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