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2023, Vol. 8 Issue 2, Part A

The effect of the distributed and intensive methods in teaching the performance of the pronation skill on the horizontal bar for students

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Bashar Hameed Abdal Majeed and Ali Raad Ismael
ABSTRACT:
The process of learning skills has a major role in the practice of sports activities, which contribute to the individual's acquisition of motor skill up to the stage of mastery, as the learner is able to perform it in a manner that is smooth, aesthetic and economical with effort, and the principle that defines intense or distributed exercise is rest times between repetitions. Intensive exercise is Giving repetitions without a rest period or short rest periods between repetitions while performing the exercises, which is the practice of learning continuously and constancy of the skill required for learning and after a short rest period (6: 80-86), the importance of the research lies in knowing which of the two methods will be more effective in teaching the skill and directing teachers and trainers to use the most effective method in learning the skill in a manner that is characterized by speed and economy with effort. On the horizontal bar, as it needs to understand the motor path of the skill and the parts of the movement in addition to the physical and motor characteristics, as well as following one method or method during learning the skill, it may not help effectively in delivering information and motor performance to the learner. Therefore, the researcher decided to use two methods in learning the skill, the distributed and intensive method, and identify Which of the two methods has an advantage over the other and contributes to saving time and effort for the teacher, the researchers used the experimental approach in the manner of two equal groups, and the conduct of homogeneity and equivalence for the members of the research sample in order for them to be in one line of initiation, and after that a pre-test was conducted for the members of the sample, as the researchers prepared an educational curriculum in the distributed and intensive method, and after completing the teaching units, a post-test was conducted for the skill and the performance was presented The residents and the researcher reached to direct teachers and trainers to introduce the distributed method within the educational curriculum to teach skills in the faculties of physical education and sports sciences for the purpose of learning other skills in gymnastics.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Bashar Hameed Abdal Majeed, Ali Raad Ismael. The effect of the distributed and intensive methods in teaching the performance of the pronation skill on the horizontal bar for students. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2023;8(2):01-04. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/yogic.2023.v8.i2a.1418
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