The main objective of this study was to determine the level of quantitative changes brought by the influence of different training of integrated nature. The programs were introduced in the educational process and thy integrate the training of dynamic and static muscular endurance program with elementary stylized movement structures in Latin American and standard dances. Sample of subjects consists 32 students before puberty age 12 years old. Randomly divided into two subsamples, the 16 subjects who were treated in two differently structured programs. The experimental training of program lasted 6 weeks.
The first experimental group practiced the program consisted of Latin American dances (Samba, Cha – cha – cha and jive) and dynamic exercises to develop muscularendurance.
The second experimental group practiced the program consisted of the standarddances (English Waltz, Tango, Quickstep) and standardized exercise design. Monitoring changes was determined by testing the initial and final measurements. The results of discriminant analysis of initial and final measurements lead to the realization that both programs produced different quantitative effects in the variablesthat determine the basic motoric profile of boys and girls aged 12 years old.