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Relationship between self-efficiency and body imagination with some individual characters of Iran’s woman National football team

Mohammadhasany Mohadese, Mashhoodi Samira, Kazemzadeh Yaser

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.5(2), 598-603, August 2014


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The importance of the exerciser’s mental preparation is evident for instructors, however, any researches or tools that assist this will be significance. The aim of this research is to study the self-efficiency and body imagination with education background, exercise literature and BIM of woman footballers. Consequently 59 woman footballers of National team voluntarily taken apart in the research including 3 classes of 20 Juvenescent, 19 young and 20 adolescent. Required data have been collected by personal data’s questionnaires, Shere’s self-efficiency, March’s body imagination and length and weight measurements. Data was analyzed by SPSS, descriptive statics, Pierson’s correlation, Results show that there is direct relationship between these criteria: self-efficiency with body imagination, education background and BMI, and also body imagination with BMI in adult group; self-efficiency with body imagination and body imagination with education background in young group; self-efficiency with BMI and body imagination with exercise background in juvenescent group. One may concluded that body composition and body imagination are among the causes which have direct effect to self-efficiency and can assist the exerciser success.


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