Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

The effect of applied exercises in the style of mini side games on the Strength characteristic by speed of female futsal players


Roaa Akram Taha, Assist. Prof. Dr.Imad Kadhim Khlaif

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.204

Keywords: The purpose of this paper isto develop exercises in the style of mini-side games for Strength characteristic by speed for female futsal players,


Abstract

The purpose of this paper isto develop exercises in the style of mini-side games for Strength characteristic by speed for female futsal players, and recognizing the effect of exercises in the style of mini-side games in developing the Strength characteristic by speed for female futsal players.The researchers used the experimental method for its suitability to the nature of the problem,.The sample of the research was chosen by the intentional method represented by the (14) players of Al-Zawraa Sports Club for lounges and among the participants in the 2021-2022 sports season, and (6) female players were selected as a sample for the exploratory experiment, and the players were subjected to exercises in the style of (mini side games). S.SG) prepared by the researcher, with a rate of (3) units per week.One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that:The exercises according to the style of mini side games applied by the experimental group had a positive effect on the level of the female futsal players and an improvement in the results of the pre and post-tests in terms of Strength characteristic by speed.One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: Necessity of applying the exercises according to the style of mini side games by the coaches of the futsal teams, because of its good results in developing the Strength characteristic by speed of the futsal players, and necessity of re-applying the mini side games exercises on physical abilities that have not been studied and researched for female futsal players.

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