Harmonious exercises are one of the requirements that the athlete needs at a high level, especially motor abilities exercises, and these abilities help the athlete to integrate several motor skills in an organized and sequential manner, as well as their awareness of the surroundings when performing movements under changing conditions, as happens in handball passing operations, and the importance lies research in the preparation of harmonic exercises to develop sensory-kinesthetic perception and some forms of passing skill for the players of the specialized school.
Regarding the research issue, the researcher's fieldwork led him to observe the absence of harmonic exercises in the training units for the players of the specialised school, despite the fact that these exercises are significant and intricately linked to the execution of fundamental skills that raise performance level. Since the ability of compatibility is one of the key pillars in developing the motor programme and aids players in understanding their surroundings as well as their correct motor and skill performance, it cannot always be ignored, the researcher set out to create harmonic exercises. What increased the importance of the research was the dearth of research and scientific studies for these exercises.
The study's objectives are to prepare harmonic workouts and determine how they affect players from specialised schools' sensory-kinesthetic perception and various types of passing ability.
According to the research's premise, harmonic workouts have an impact on various types of passing ability and sensory-kinesthetic perception in players from the Specialised School.
The researcher adopted an experimental approach to address the research problem in terms of the research methodology and field procedures. There were 28 players from the Specialised School in Kirkuk who made up the research community, who were randomly divided into two equal groups and distributed after preparing harmonic exercises and running exploratory experiments. Following the completion of the pre-tests on the experimental and control research groups, the experimental group engaged in harmonic exercises, while the control group continued to follow the trainer's standard training programme. Eight weeks later, the post-tests were administered, and the data were then processed using the appropriate statistical techniques.