Authors: Ramona Elena Tulbure-Andone, Nicolae Neagu, Dan Alexandru Szabo
”George Emil Palade” University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, and Technology, Targu Mures, Romania
Background. A balanced lifestyle has long been synonymous with physical activity. Unfortunately, nowadays, there is a decline in physical activity due to the advancement of technology and the economy, the installation of sedentarism, which implicitly contributes to a reversal of physical development and metabolic changes.
Aims. The research aimed to create an informative document as objective as possible on developing motor quality indices of the strength of 18 students enrolled in the research, using the circuit method through testing and comparing the results obtained with motor quality strength.
Methods. The research took place at the gymnasium of the “Augustin Maior” Middle School in the municipality of Reghin. The experiment took place over six weeks, and the test period took place between January 13 and February 28, 2020, on a sample of 18 students.
Results. Following the final evaluation samples, the experimental girls and boys group achieved more significant progress than the control group.
Conclusions. We conclude, according to the above findings, that the hypothesis we started from was disproved. Even if there was a slight improvement compared to the control group in the experimental group to which the circuit method was applied for the production of strength, it was not proven that the circuit work method used in eighth graders would be more successful than the method of using dynamic games for the development of strength.
Key words: motor skill, strength, dynamic games.