The Awareness Of Body Landmarks And Its Relationship With Some Personality Traits At Rigth-handed Teenage Girls

Por: Katalin Kudar.

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.01) in comparison  with non athletic teenage  girls.

Discussion/ Conclusions

The body awareness as reflection/manifestation of body scheme may play determining role in the organization and performance of movements and in adaptation to distance, direction or size of team-mates, in the repetitive injuries of teenage girls. The results of this study may serve as theoretical background both for mental preparation of top athletes, and for rehabilitation of sport injuries.


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