60f Uljević, Ognjen [WorldCat Identities]
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Uljević, Ognjen

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Works: 13 works in 14 publications in 1 language and 14 library holdings
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Most widely held works by Ognjen Uljević
Proceedings book of the 14th ITTF Sports Science Congress and 5th World Racket Sports Congress, Suzhou (CHN), May 23rd - 25th, 2015 by Miran Kondrič( Book )

2 editions published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Evaluation of Basketball-Specific Agility( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : Abstract: Sekulic, D, Pehar, M, Krolo, A, Spasic, M, Uljevic, O, Calleja-González, J, and Sattler, T. Evaluation of basketball-specific agility: applicability of preplanned and nonplanned agility performances for differentiating playing positions and playing levels. J Strength Cond Res 31(8): 2278-2288, 2017--The importance of agility in basketball is well known, but there is an evident lack of studies examining basketball-specific agility performances in high-level players. The aim of this study was to determine the reliability and discriminative validity of 1 standard agility test (test of preplanned agility [change-of-direction speed] over T course, T-TEST), and 4 newly developed basketball-specific agility tests, in defining playing positions and performance levels in basketball. The study comprised 110 high-level male basketball players (height: 194.92 ± 8.09 cm; body mass: 89.33 ± 10.91 kg; age: 21.58 ± 3.92 years). The variables included playing position (Guard, Forward, Center), performance level (first division vs. second division), anthropometrics (body height, body mass, and percentage of body fat), T-TEST, nonplanned basketball agility test performed on dominant (BBAGILdom) and nondominant sides (BBAGILnond), and a preplanned (change-of-direction speed) basketball agility test performed on dominant (BBCODSdom) and nondominant sides (BBCODSnond). The reliability of agility tests was high (intraclass correlation coefficient of 0.81-0.95). Forwards were most successful in the T-TEST (F test: 13.57; p = 0.01). Guards outperformed Centers in BBCODSdom, BBCODSndom, BBAGILdom, and BBAGILnond (F test: 5.06, p = 0.01; 6.57, 0.01; 6.26, 0.01; 3.37, 0.04, respectively). First division Guards achieved better results than second division Guards in BBCODSdom (t : 2.55; p = 0.02; moderate effect size differences), BBAGILdom, and BBAGILnond (t : 3.04 and 3.06, respectively; both p = 0.01 and moderate effect size differences). First division Centers outperformed second division Centers in BBAGILdom (t : 2.50; p = 0.02; moderate effect size differences). The developed basketball-specific agility tests are applicable when defining position-specific agility. Both preplanned and nonplanned agilities are important qualities in differentiating between Guards of 2 performance levels. The results confirmed the importance of testing basketball-specific nonplanned agility when evaluating the performance level of Centers
External metric characteristics of the sport-specific agility tennis tests( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Analysis of the association between motor and anthropometric variables with change of direction speed and reactive agility performance( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Factors associated with potential doping behavior in Olympic-sailing a gender-specific analysis( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Evaluation of different jumping tests in defining position-specific and performance-level differences in high level basketball players( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Importance of Reactive Agility and Change of Direction Speed in Differentiating Performance Levels in Junior Soccer Players Reliability and Validity of Newly Developed Soccer-Specific Tests by Haris Pojskic( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Agility is a significant determinant of success in soccer; however, studies have rarely presented and evaluated soccer-specific tests of reactive agility (S_RAG) and non-reactive agility (change of direction speed – S_CODS) or their applicability in this sport. The aim of this study was to define the reliability and validity of newly developed tests of the S_RAG and S_CODS to discriminate between the performance levels of junior soccer players. The study consisted of 20 players who were involved at the highest national competitive rank (all males; age: 17.0 0.9 years), divided into three playing positions (defenders, midfielders, and forwards) and two performance levels(U17 and U19). Variables included body mass (BM), body height, body fat percentage,20-m sprint, squat jump, countermovement jump, reactive-strength-index, unilateral jump, 1RM-back-squat, S_CODS, and three protocols of S_RAG. The reliabilities of theS_RAG and S_CODS were appropriate to high (ICC: 0.70 to 0.92), with the strongest reliability evidenced for the S_CODS. The S_CODS and S_RAG shared 25–40% of the common variance. Playing positions significantly differed in BM (large effect-size differences [ES]; midfielders were lightest) and 1RM-back-squat (large ES; lowest results in midfielders). The performance levels significantly differed in age and experience in soccer; U19 achieved better results in the S_CODS (t-test: 3.61, p < 0.05, large ES)and two S_RAG protocols (t-test: 2.14 and 2.41, p < 0.05, moderate ES). Newly developed tests of soccer-specific agility are applicable to differentiate U17 and U19players. Coaches who work with young soccer athletes should be informed that the development of soccer-specific CODS and RAG in this age is mostly dependent on training of the specific motor proficiency
Agility Testing in Youth Football (Soccer) Players Evaluating Reliability, Validity, and Correlates of Newly Developed Testing Protocols by Ante Krolo( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Reactive agility (RAG) and change of direction speed (CODS) are important determinants of success in football (soccer), but there is an evident lack of information on reliable and valid football-specific testing procedures which will be applicable in defining sport-specific RAG and CODS in youth players. This study evaluated reliability and construct validity of newly developed tests of football-specific RAG (FS_RAG) and CODS (FS_CODS), which involved the ball kicking football technique. Additionally, factors associated with FS_RAG and FS_CODS were evaluated. The participants were youth football players (n = 59; age: 13.40 ± 1.25 years) divided according to their age into U13 (11-12 years of age; n = 29), and U15 (13-14 years of age; n = 30) categories. Additionally, performance levels (starters [first-team] vs. non-starters [substitutes]) were observed in each age category. The dependent variables were newly developed FS_RAG and FS_CODS tests. The independent variables were sprinting capacities over 10 and 20 meters (S10M, S20M), countermovement jump (CMJ), the reactive strength index (RSI), and a generic CODS test of 20 yards (20Y). The newly developed FS_CODS and FS_RAG were observed as dependent variables. Results showed appropriate intra-testing and inter-testing reliability of the FS_RAG and FS_CODS, with somewhat better reliability of the FS_CODS (ICC=0.82 and 0.79, respectively). Additionally, better reliability was evidenced in U15 than in U13 (ICC: 0.82-0.85, and 0.78-0.80 for U15 and U13, respectively). Independent samples t-test indicated significant differences between U13 and U15 in S10 (t-test: 3.57, p <0.001), S20M (t-test: 3.13, p <0.001), 20Y (t-test: 4.89, p <0.001), FS_RAG (t-test: 3.96, p <0.001), and FS_CODS (t-test: 6.42, p <0.001), with better performance in U15. Starters outperformed non-starters in most capacities among U13, but only in FS_RAG among U15 (t-test: 1.56, p <0.05). Multiple regression calculations indicated nonsignificant association between independent and dependent variables in U13 (FS_CODS: 19%, FS_RAG: 21% of the explained variance, both p> 0.05), but independent variables explained significant proportion of both dependent variables in U15 (FS_CODS: 35%, FS_RAG: 33% explained variance, both p <0.05). The study confirmed the applicability of newly developed tests in distinguishing studied age categories of players. Results indicate that superiority in all studied fitness capacities is translated into performance level in U13. Meanwhile, FS_RAG seems to be important determinant of quality in U15
The effects of 3-month skill-based and plyometric conditioning on fitness parameters in junior female volleyball players( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A Total Sample Vs. Playing-Position Approach To Identifying Relationships Between Different Agility Components In Basketball by Brno, Czech Republic, 29.11 – 1.12. 2017 11th International Conference on Kinanthropology( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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