YOUNG WRESTLERS? AND HANDBALL PLAYERS' LEVEL OF PERCEPTION OF THEIR TRAINERS? BEHAVIOUR

Abstract

Author(s): Mehmet EB??Bade YAMAK**?zzet ?SLAMO?LU***Murat EL?Z****Osman ?MAMO?LU

Investigate and compare the level of perception of the behaviors of young wrestlers and handball players towards themselves. Materials and methods: 93 young wrestlers and 93 young handball players were included in the study. Turkish version of Coach Behavior Assessment Scale was used. In the scale of evaluating the coach behaviors of young handball players and wrestlers, the total score was 212.97 for the wrestlers and 259.55 for the handball players. The difference between the total scale scores and the subscale scores was found to be significant between male and female athletes by gender (p <0.001). The scale scores of men were found to be higher in both positive parameters and negative coach behavior than women (p <0.001). It has been found that there are differences in the perception levels of young wrestlers and handball players' coaches towards themselves according to both gender and branch. Especially the high level of negative coach behavior score can be interpreted as the need for coaches to be more careful in youth categories

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