5 System of Complex Control of the Level of Coordination Abilities

Many countries, including Germany, Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, USA and Japan have a rich experience in testing the motor performance of youth. The majority of research (Trzesniowski & Pilicz, 1989; Strel, 1990; Przeweda & Trzesniowski, 1992), however, concentrated on testing conditioning factors, while the level of coordination abilities is monitored only as part of the set (battery) of tests of conditional abilities, moreover, the sets mostly comprise only a single coordination test (overall or static balance test).

Works by Slovak and Czech researchers (Moravec, 1990; Moravec, Kampmiller & Sedláček et al., 1996, and others) have brought interesting knowledge on motor performance ...

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