A Study on the Motricity Level of Students Who Play the Romanian Game OINA in Secondary School

  • Ioan Sorin GĂLĂȚEANU The State University of Physical Education and Sport, Chisinau, Moldova
Keywords: oina, representative team, secondary school, physical education


The high level of the results obtained in the current stage of the Salcea sports center, could only be achieved by players whose performance capacity is particularly high and constantly increasing. A general analysis of the training of athletes from this center with tradition in the field and of the results obtained allows us to characterize the directions that determined the progress of this center. After our appreciation regarding the activity of the junior III, there is not yet a system of requirements materialized in idealized objective models and appropriate methodological guidance regarding the driving technology to meet the specific objectives of this level. I believe that through a correct stage of preparation, using effective means, having a correct dosage, of practicing in various conditions, one can contribute to the improvement of the game model and implicitly obtain superior results in competitions. Secondary school is the first step in practicing performance sport, in teaching children to practice movement. If they have well-equipped bases, athletes with high-level skills can be trained. It should not be forgotten that the basis of performance sport is being prepared in schools, of course depending on certain factors, such as a good selection, a correct stepping of the models of preparation and not least the teacher's desire to achieve performances at this level.