2023, Vol. 8 Issue 2, Part E
The effect of skillful physical exercises on developing some biomotor abilities and skills (pump fake one dribble and shoot, pick repack and roll) for young basketball players
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Sajjad Hussain Naser and Dr. Wameedh Ali Hassoon Almali
The problem for this research, derived from the field reality during play, focused on the presence of a weakness in the level of performance of complex offensive skills, as most players suffer from a weakness in the ability to link movement between one skill to another despite their good possession of individual basic skills, and the problem can be diagnosed clearly and clearly by watching the pause. And disruptions in the motor path for performing complex skills in play during matches, the researchers believe that the reason for this weakness is the lack of focus by coaches in training their players on combining skills and how to invest these skills in achieving superiority over the competitor and achieving progress by relying on skillful physical exercises to link skills in the training process and according to the level of the age group and the capabilities of the players in basketball, as these are needed. Skills reach a high level of bio-motor capabilities in an integrated manner with the skill performance in the training units, which in turn is reflected in the player’s performance while playing in matches. The researchers aimed to prepare physical skill exercises, and to identify the role of these exercises in developing some biomotor abilities (speed of movement of the legs and strength characterized by speed and agility) and skills (pump fake one dribble and shot, pick repack and roll) in basketball for youth. The researchers used the experimental method with two pre- and post-tests for two equal groups (experimental and control), and the research population was determined by the young basketball players of Al-Karkh Sports Club for the sports season (2022-2023), who numbered (12) players. The two groups (experimental and control) were divided randomly with (6) players for each group, and the exercises prepared by the researchers were applied to the experimental group in a repetitive training manner with an intensity of (90%). As for the best conclusions reached by the researchers, they are that the physical skill exercises prepared by the researchers had a significant and effective impact in developing some biomotor abilities (speed of movement of the legs and strength characterized by speed and agility) and skills (pump fake one dribble and shot, pick repack and roll) youth basketball.
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