Comparative study of the general motor capacity of the secondary school students in Western Moldavia
Keywords:motor capacity, altitude floors, Western Moldavia, students
This study aims to analyse the somatic and physical parameters in the context of a region set on different altitudinal floors. The place of origin may influence the motor capacity of each subject, therefore we also considered the agricultural aspects of the area. We intended to find the means and ways of working in the case of the children living both in high and low altitudes by analysing areas from the point of view of their daily consumption in relation to the number of individuals living in that area. The structuring of the hygienic and sanitary rules and their application in the lives of children and youth communities is based on the knowledge of the types and relationships between the young body and the natural and social environment. These relationships are different from those of adults because the possibilities of adapting are different in the case of young bodies and the conditions in which children work are specific. The tests used were motility tests and somatic-functional tests approved and recommended by the Ministry of Education. The results reveal the interaction of geography factors with the sports side of children. They may be the composition of a general database focusing on the analysis of the characteristics related to the studied geographical area. This may explain certain aspects of the motor capacity for each altitudinal interval set in the study itself.