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Talent identification in sport
Mohammad Hassan Boostani, Mohammad Ali Boostani, Ali Mohammad Rezaei
Journal of Combat Sports and Martial Arts 2011; 2(2):137-141
ICID: 1047147
Article type: Other
IC™ Value: 2.66
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Choosing the best person for a sport, the main processes in all countries is talent identification. Measurement criteria for determining, for each of the identified youth sports, the increasing use physical examination, motor physiological, and biomechanics has provided. Using these tests, allowing for team sports for each country to provide the cost, time and the manpower, training for adolescents and youth sports fields in a completely conscious act. Identify the best talent also allows countries to gain their limited athletic resources. Identification of scientific talent is an important factor in growing athletes. Talent identification, part of the anatomy and physiology and sports psychology, which encompasses; It can be due, from the first athletes to be heroes, among other people, be distinct, to nurture them, and then led them to the world championships and Olympics Games.

ICID 1047147

DOI 10.5604/20815735.1047147
 
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