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Abstract


A Study Regarding the Level of Performance Specific to Backstroke Swimming with Students at Physical Education and Sport
Among the proceedings specific to swimming backstroke is considered to have the best results from the point of view of technical execution reported during learning and perfecting.The university curricula for swimming has a limited number of classes in which students should get skills both practical regarding the performance techniques, as well as methodological aspects regarding specific teaching, which actually limits the level of technicity in relation to the time allotted. The aim of the study was to establish the level of performance from the point of view of the performance technique of backstroke with first year students at physical education after attending the swimming practical lessons. Methods: The experiment took place during to 2015-2016 school- year it was made an 18 boys, between 19 and 22, students from specialization Physical Education and Sport. The motric tests referred to: the floating length dorsal and floating with push from the wall and the time achieved an 25 m. backstroke. Results: As a result of the study the back- floating a progress of the 0.3m. was recorded and with the test of the performance technique there was a 1,81 sec. progress. Conclusions: The applied technology recommended in the university curricula is efficient and leads to positive results from the point of view of the technical level with the individual performance if a methodology is applied, based on scientific norms with practical and theoretical efficiency clues within the time allocated.

Keywords
backstroke, technique, floating, methodology, students


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