The Structure of Performance of a Sport Rock Climber

@inproceedings{Magiera2013TheSO,
  title={The Structure of Performance of a Sport Rock Climber},
  author={Artur Magiera and Robert Roczniok and Adam Maszczyk and Miłosz Czuba and Joanna Kantyka and Piotr Kurek},
  booktitle={Journal of human kinetics},
  year={2013}
}
This study is a contribution to the discussion about the structure of performance of sport rock climbers. Because of the complex and multifaceted nature of this sport, multivariate statistics were applied in the study. The subjects included thirty experienced sport climbers. Forty three variables were scrutinised, namely somatic characteristics, specific physical fitness, coordination abilities, aerobic and anaerobic power, technical and tactical skills, mental characteristics, as well as 2… CONTINUE READING

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