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Gabriella Trzaskoma-Bicsérdy

Gabriella Trzaskoma-Bicsérdy
University of Physical Education, Budapest

PhD

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Sports coaching in Hungary is an established profession. The coaching workforce, which is diverse in terms of age and coaching experience, is trained and paid. This study aimed to illustrate the impact of age on coaches’ values, beliefs and attitudes towards various aspects of their jobs. A total of 152 basketball coaches (105 male and 47 female) w...
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Sports coaching is traditionally a male-dominated profession all over the world, though there is no explicit evidence that either gender outperforms the other in this profession. The current paper aimed to uncover the differences between female and male coaches regarding their pedagogical and professional beliefs. A total of 357 basketball coaches...
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Organized sport in sport clubs plays an important role in children's and young people's life. Doing sport is not positive for youth athletes by nature, coaches play key role in being so. The aim of this paper is to shed light on pedagogic and professional views of Hungarian basketball coaches about their roles and responsibilities based on their te...
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The purpose of this qualitative study of coach-athlete relationships was to utilise perspectives and experiences of four well-known male coaches and one male Olympic medalist from each of the following successful individual sports in Hungary: kayaking, swimming and wrestling. Using relationship constructs of Closeness, Co-orientation and Complement...
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Study aim: To identify certain general and specific fitness tests suitable for predicting success in wrestling. Material and methods: Junior wrestlers (n = 285), 13 – 14 years of age, were subjected to 11 anthropometric measurements, 5 general motor tests and 10 sport-specific tests in 1984. The wrestlers were classified into light-, medium-and hea...
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Study aim: To find out how future physical education (PE) teachers recognise challenges and issues concerning the contextual factors in gymnastics and callisthenics at the public school level. Material and methods: Physical Education – Teacher Education (PETE) students (n = 194) participated in a questionnaire study. The questions pertained to the...

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