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Exercise Science 2007;16(3): 317-325. doi: https://doi.org/10.15857/ksep.2007.16.3.317
남자 중고등학교 농구선수의 체력과 시간대별 프리드로우 성공률의 관계 분석
배용철, 이만균, 성순창
경희대학교
An analysis of correlation between physical fitness and free throw in various periods in middle and high school
ABSTRACT
Bae, Y.C., Lee, M.G., Sung, S.C. An analysis of correlation between physical fitness and free throw in various periods in middle and high school. Exercise Science, 16(3): 317-325, 2007. The study was designed to analyze the correlation between physical fitness and free throw in various periods in male middle and high school basketball players. Nine middle school players and 10 high school players were volunteered to participate in the study as subjects. Body composition, physical fitness, and free throw were measured. Ten free throw were tried at rest and after each quarter of a game, and two games were performed for all subjects. All variables were compared between middle and high school players. Additionally, correlation between physical fitness and free throw was analyzed. The results of the present study were as follows: 1) There were significant differences in left grip strength and back strength between middle and high school players, whereas no significant difference was found in other components of physical fitness between the two groups. 2) There were significant differences in free throw success rate between at rest and after 2nd & 3rd quarters, between after 1st quarter and after 4th quarter, and between at rest and 4th quarter. 3) There were significant correlation between all components of physical fitness and free throw success rate. It was concluded that physical fitness would affects free throw success rate in both middle and high school players, suggesting that basketball players should spend a great deal of time in enhancing their physical fitness to improve their shooting skills.
Key words: basketball, physical fitness, VO2max, free throw
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