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Presumably, identifying the coordinates regarding the constitutional type of certain high-school age generations would emphasise the effect of the instructional process specific to the field of Physical Education and Sports, and it would motivate the people involved to make an improvement in their work. I have organised a study at the Sportive High-school from Romania, in two classes from different generations (2016–2017 and 2017–2018). The research methods I used were: the study of the bibliographical material, the observation, the tests, the statistical-mathematical method and the graphical representation method. Over the 9 months of the research, the students took their classes as established in the curricula, and the results of the research confirm the previously stated hypothesis, thus constituting strong arguments for the study of the role and importance the specific means of physical education have on the general physical development of high-school students.
Keywords: Constitutional type, high-school students, different generations, physical development
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