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7th EFSMA – European Congress of Sports Medicine, 3rd Central European Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Annual Assembly of the German and the Austrian Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Austrian Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

26.-29.10.2011, Salzburg, Österreich

Stress and social environment on volley Albanian player at first category

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7th EFSMA – European Congress of Sports Medicine, 3rd Central European Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Salzburg, 26.-29.10.2011. Düsseldorf: German Medical Science GMS Publishing House; 2011. Doc11esm200

DOI: 10.3205/11esm200, URN: urn:nbn:de:0183-11esm2002

Veröffentlicht: 24. Oktober 2011

© 2011 Lleshi et al.
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Objective: To understand that fight against the stress is a crucial problem and underline the role of social environment especially to the elite athlete, volley-player. Subjects: This study engages Team Volley, 210 persons of first Category in Albania like: For male “Skenderbeu”,” S.K Tirana,” Teuta” , “ Elbasani” ,: Vllaznia” ,” Flamurtari”and “ Dinamo”; for female Skenderbeu”,” S.K Tirana”, ” Teuta” ,UMB,”Studenti”,” Partizani”,” Krutja” ,” Minatori”.

Material/Methods: Questionnaire assessment Stress and the Social Environment has been applied [1].

Results: Data from question according the scale are:

For male

”Teuta”,Inadequate Level, 0%,Marginal L.8% ,moderate L.34%,superior L.58%,optimal level, 0%.

“Skenderbeu”, Inadequ L.5% ,Marginal L.15% ,moderate L35% ,superior L.35% ,optimal L, 10%.

“S.K Tirana, Inadequa L,9 % ,Marginal L.16% ,moderate L .50% ,superior L.9%,optimal L. 16%.

“Elbasani”, Inadeq L , 0 % ,Marginal L,0% ,moderate L.19% ,superior L.54% ,optimal L. 27%.

“Vllaznia”, Inadequ L, 0% ,Marginal L,30% ,moderate L 70% ,superior L. 0% ,optimal L. 0%.

”Flamurtari” Inade L , 0 % ,Marginal L,36% ,moderate L,46% ,superior L,0 % , optimal L,18 %.

“Dinamo” Inadequ L, 0% ,Marginal L. 10% ,moderate L 60% ,superior L. 30% ,optimal L, 0%.

For female

“UMB, Inadequate Level, 9% ,Marginal L. 0% ,moderate L . 27% ,superior L. 46% ,optimal L,18%.

Skenderbeu”, Inadequ L, 0% ,Marginal L. 12% ,moderate L,38% ,superior L. 50% ,optimal L, 0%.

”S.K Tirana”, InadequaL. 0% ,Marginal L.25% ,moderate L .25% ,superior L. 34% ,optimal L, 16%.

” Teuta” , Inadequa L 0%,Marginal L. 0% ,moderate L. 66% , superior L.34% , optimal L. 0%.

”Studenti”, Inadequa L. 0% ,Marginal L.9% ,moderate L. 64% ,superior L.18 % ,optimal L. 9 %.

” Partizani”, InadequatL. 0 % ,Marginal L.25% ,moderate L .59% ,superior L. 8% ,optimal L. 8 %.

” Krutja” , Inadequa L. 0% ,Marginal L. 0% , moderate L. 25% , superior L. 58%, optimal L. 17%

” Minatori”, Inadequa L. 8% ,Marginal L. 8% , moderate L. 34% , superior L. 50%, optimal L. 0%

Conclusion: For male and female teams seems to have no significant problem to stress where the most of the team are at moderate and superior level.


References

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Insel PM, Roth WT. Core Concepts in Health. 5th ed. 1998;2:20-23.
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Corbin CB, Lindsey R, Welk G. Concepts of Physical Fitness. 2000;18:348-63.