REVIEW ARTICLE | Dec. 4, 2021
Computer Version of an Upcoming Match in Handball
А. A. Polozov, S. G. Yezhov, А. Р. Akhmetzyanov, L.V. Sokolovskaya
Page no 269-277
Modern handball is still evaluated by the criteria of 50 years ago. They are full of the report on the work and preparation of the national women team of Russia in handball for the World Cup 2017 in Germany. A lot of unrelated secondary parameters (height, age, accuracy of shots) can be replaced by a computer version of the upcoming match based on innovative PIRS technology. The basis of the PIRS model is the difference created by the player in the score which is added to the final score of the team. Since you have to play both with your superior opponents (negative difference) and downstream ones (positive difference), then a rating scale is created to display this difference. The rating stability allows you to simulate the upcoming match. The difference in the ratings in one action is converted into the difference of goals scored and conceded in a personal meeting and can be checked for compliance with the actual results obtained. The game consists of a sequence of diverse single combats (> 50 components) that end with a shot. Read more at www.ra-first.com. The balance of the won and lost single combats in each component in each pair of players is converted to the player's rating for this component. The fact of winning single combat isn’t used in the calculation, but its cost does that means the expected change in the score in the case of winning single combat. The player's rating for the game component exponentially falls from the number of single combats in this component in the course of the game. This allows you to pre-allocate the number of single combats in each component so as to win their largest number. Due to the stability of the rating estimation player's ratings for all components can be obtained from the previous match. It is possible to calculate the most favorable arrangement for the team which the greatest number of single combats will be won in based on the distribution of the opponent's activity according to the positions of the players and the components of the game and placement during the match. From the DB the algorithm generates the most advanced combinations in the attack and the most dangerous attacks of the opponent in the defense. The result of the work is the expected maximum possible score of the game which must be on the scoreboard when the players fulfill all the conditions. Existing Instat, Basket-stats, ICEBERG, LONGO Match PRO, FUTSALSTAT, etc. form the headache of a trainer from the statistics of past games. PIRS technology provides already calculated solutions for the best result of the upcoming match. The trainer will not be able to compete with PIRS, since the information pool called handball is too large for one person. Therefore, the resource of the game in matches of different levels is used only by two thirds. Provided 50% of the recommendations are fulfilled, the team will receive 20 - 30% of the points collected additionally. An example of the work is shown at the match of Russia and Poland women teams on the World Cup on February 25, 2017.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Dec. 6, 2021
Effects of Roasted Garlic with and without Moringa on Mean Atrial Pressure, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone and Testosterone among Sedentary Men
Prof. Rajesh Kumar, Dr. R.Venkatesan
Page no 278-281
The purpose of the study was to investigate “Effects Of Roasted Garlic With And Without Moringa On Mean Atrial Pressure, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone And Testosterone Among Sedentary Men”. Selection Of Variables: The following variables were selected for this study. I. Dependent Varibles: Mean Atrial Pressure, Thyroid Stimulating Hormone And Testosterone. II. Independent Variables: 1. Roasted Garlic With Moringa Oleifera 2. Roasted Garlic 3.Control Group. Experimental Design: forty five The subject were selected for this study through the random group design consisting of pre and post test, forty five men randomly divided into three groups, the group was assigned as an Experimental Group I Experimental Group II and control group. The groups are 1. Roasted Garlic with Moringa Oleifera 2. Roasted Garlic 3.Control Group. Training Schedules: During the training period, the experimental group underwent their training program period of eight weeks for all days. The experimental groups underwent training for forty five minutes of duration in evening hours between 4:30 to 5:30 p.m for seven days per week. Statistical Technique: Analysis of Covariance statistical technique was used, to test the significant difference among the treatment groups. If the adjusted post-test results were significant, the scheffe’s post hoc test was used to determine the paired mean significant difference. Thirumalaisamy R. (2004). Result: After Incorporate Statistical Technique, It Was Found That A Significant Decrease Mean Atrial Pressure And Thyroid Stimulating Hormone And Testosterone In Experimental Group I (Roasted Garlic With Moringa Oleifera), when compared with experimental II and This Change Due To Eight Weeks Of training Among sedentary Men.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Dec. 30, 2021
Anthropometric Characteristics and Body Composition of Jelena Arnautovic, Member of the Judo National Team of BIH
Page no 282-289
Profiling and selection of judokas implies adequate analysis of anthropometric characteristics and physical status. Based on good detection, analysis and projection of these parameters, it is possible to define the athlete model, where the scope and nature of anthropometric profiling depend on the primary purpose of measurement. Most often, the identification of talent or the orientation of athletes to morphologically appropriate disciplines depends on the identification of relatively unchanging characteristics, comparing them with reference data. Profiling includes skin folds, circumference, length and width of bones, body composition. To monitor morphological adaptation, the focus should be on variable characteristics, such as muscle mass and subcutaneous adipose tissue. Our competitor had a higher body height (186 cm), body weight (118.6 kg), muscle mass (70.4 kg), water percentage (47.6%), higher fat percentage (37.5%). The results lead to the conclusion that it is an endo-mesomorphic somatotype with significant ectomorphism, where adipose tissue with synchronization of motor abilities proved to be a favorable and not a disruptive factor of the result success.
ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Dec. 30, 2021
The Relationship between Styles of Time and Self-Efficiency among Physical Education Teachers
Ayman Guemri, Olfa Tounsi, Houssem Guedich, Chourouk Anouda , Mourad Bahloul
Page no 290-295
The aim of this study is to establish the relationship that may exist between efficiency and style of time among physical education teacher. Validation of two questionnaires, (teacher efficiency scale and time style scale) has been made by factor analysis and calculation of the Alpha of Cronbach that which ensures their reliability. 238 physical education teacher in college and secondary schools in Sfax governorates had responded on the two questionnaires. Results show that it exists a positive relationship between physical education teacher efficacy (global (GTE) and personal efficacy (PTE)) and time style perceived according to tenacity (TENA), future perception (FUT) and past perception (PASS), in such a way teacher efficacy and time style perceived evolved in a parallel way.