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Manuela Petreanu, Ioana Buţu, Maria, Adrian Gheorghe
2016 Romania The journal is indexed in: Ebsco, SPORTDiscus, INDEX COPERNICUS JOURNAL MASTER LIST   unpublished
* Aim. The study aims to assess the potential biomotric students at the two universities with different profiles, namely, with different curricula and comparing their results. Age persons undergoing the experiment falls in early adulthood 18-20 years to 30 years for both faculty and students between the average adult students at 30-40-50 years Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Physical Education, Sport and Physical Therapy. For adults untrained in the first category, this is a period with a
more » ... ative preservation of motor performance ability, but one can observe a regression in particular the quality of motor speed and for trained athlete is the period of greatest performances in most sports. For the second age bracket, there are progressive reduction of motor performance and untrained subjects appear insufficient performance of coordination, speed and strength, the force being well preserved. Methods. On the two groups were applied to a set of physical evidence which was followed degree of development of motor skills-strength (the upper limbs, abdominal muscles and the back muscles). So, it was performed initial test at the beginning of the year and final test at the and of the academic year and also the body mass index calculation. This study will show us the physical training and the evolution of their motor potential. Conclusions. The results of the two categories of students after applying two different studies programs, we showed that age, the body mass index and the content of curricula influenced the evolution of female students biomotric potential.