2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Compare intelligence and motor educability among high school boys and girls of Kundapura Taluk, Karnataka state
Author(s): Sandeep U, M Chandrachooda and Subraya Prabhu S
In the field physical education a concept of “motor intelligence” does, not seem to be in sue. The desire of physical educationists to predict certain inclination of individual towards acquisition of motor skills have resulted in the formation of concept like “motor educability”, “motor mindedness” etc. According to oberteuffer, all the above types concepts having similar purposed can be grouped under three heading as “motor capacity”, “motor educability” and “motor ability”. “Educability and motor capacity proceed on the assumption that motor ability is general and can be measured by certain related performances tests. The performance tests chosen to judge the motor capacity or motor ability primarily test the specific and common physical ability. In other side sportsmen people are more active than non sportsmen people. They are living in such a way that they do all the works by themselves in there are not access life. All works in the house, cultivation, grazing the castles, cutting the wood for preparing food etc. all are to be carried out by themselves manually. They are not access to sophisticated gazettes dud to this they are active and their health problems are less, when compared to non sportsmen people. It is observed there may be difference in physical fitness between sportsmen and non sportsmen people. The researcher is coming from rural background and is very much interested to know whether any difference in physical fitness and motor educability is there among sportsmen and non sportsmen.
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Sandeep U, M Chandrachooda and Subraya Prabhu S. Compare intelligence and motor educability among high school boys and girls of Kundapura Taluk, Karnataka state. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(2): 747-752.