* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
|Exercises of applied kinesiology
The goal of the course is to introduce students with the history, the rules and organization of handball competitions as well with the structural and biomechanical (kinematic and dynamic) characteristics of technical and tactical elements in handball.
2.2.Course enrolment requirements and entry competences required for the course
Completed Handball class.
2.3.Learning outcomes at the level of the programme to which the course contributes
Student will acquire high-level knowledge which will enable him/her to conduct the most complex activities in the field of selected sport (handball) at all levels. Student will acquire knowledge on the results of the scientific studies related to the structural and biomechanical characteristics of a sport. Student is qualified to apply acquired knowledge and skills into the all forms of everyday practical work.
2.4.Learning outcomes expected at the level of the course (4 to 10 learning outcomes)
Students will be able to: understand the position of handball in different sports classifications, demonstrate and explain basic knowledge on handball techniques, basics of tactic, indentify influences and contributions of particular motor knowledge and skills on performance in the handball game or game segments and on the other hand the influence of football training and game on complete anthropological status.
2.5.Course content broken down in detail by weekly class schedule (syllabus)
Theoretical lectures (each topic is covered with 2 classes)
1.History, organization and rules of handball. The appearance and development of handball in Croatia and in the world. Handball as an Olympic sport.
2.The constitution of handball in Croatia (Croatian Handball Association, CHA), Europe (EHF) and world (IHF)
3.The influence of the rules on the development of technical-tactical characteristics of the handball game
4.Kinesiological analysis of handball, the analysis of moving structure of handball techniques, handball stances, movements and starting positions
5.Structural and biomechanical (kinematic and dynamic) characteristics of technical-tactical elements in handball: analysis of movement without the ball in the offensive phase: basic stances, basic and specific movements, start and basic velocity of a direction change, stopping, jumps and landings
6.Structural and biomechanical (kinematic and dynamic) characteristics of technical-tactical elements in handball: analysis of movement with the ball in the offensive phase: stances, ball grips, movements, ball receives, ball throws (passing and shooting), fakes, rebounds and ball take-overs
7.Structural and biomechanical (kinematic and dynamic) characteristics of technical-tactical elements in handball: analysis of movement without the ball in the defensive phase: basic stances, defence stance moving, defence stance moving direction change, transformation from the defence stance moving to basic moving, stopping and landings after defence actions, faking
8.Saving techniques (goalkeeper)
9.Kinesiologicial analysis of handball tactics
10.Kinesiological analysis of individual, group and team tactics in the defensive phase
11.The concept of kinesiological analysis of individual, group and team tactics in the defensive phase
12.Types of measuring instruments for handball analysis (video and visual analysis, different techniques)
13.The evaluation of handball technique efficiency, the frequency and evaluation of techniques in relation to the final score in the game
14.Methods and procedures for the analysis of tactical activity (statistical analysis)
15.The application of structural and biomechanical analysis research results in handball
Exercises (each topic is covered with 2 classes)
1. Analysing and solving the exam questions of the handball referees tests
2. Field work - the inspection of clubs constitution and the constitution of the Association with following discussion
3. Team, elementary and relay games with modified rules
4. Introductory (basic) technique exercises for players with the ball and without the ball
5. Advanced and specific technique exercises without the ball in the offensive phase
6. Advanced and specific technique exercises with the ball in the offensive phase
7. Advanced and specific technique exercises in the defensive phase
8. Saving techniques improving exercises (goalkeeper)
9. Introductory exercises of individual, group and team tactics (endless loops, elementary game and similar)
10. Exercises of individual, group and team tactics in the offensive phase
11. Exercises of individual, group and team tactics in the defensive phase
12. Field work (collection, data entry, processing, analysis and interpretation of technical activity parameters)
13. Field work (collection, data entry, processing, analysis and interpretation of tactical activity parameters)
14. Collecting data using methods: 1) paper-pencil, 2) notational analysis programme 3) Wige system
15. Application of structural and biomechanical analysis research results in handball
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