Effects of Visual Exercises on Improving the Serve Performance Level for Junior Volleyball Female Players

1Dr. Marwa Ahmed Fadl, Mohammed Nader Shalaby

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Abstract:

The current research aims to identify the effects of visual exercises on improving the serve skill for junior female volleyball players. The researchers used the experimental approach (two-group design) with pre- and postmeasurements. The researchers purposefully chose (27) junior female volleyball players from Ismaily Sports Club. Five players were recruited as a pilot sample while two others were excluded due to non-punctuality in training. The main sample (n=20) was divided into two equivalent groups (experimental – control = 10). Results indicated that: - The visual exercises program improved the visual abilities of the experimental group, compared with the control group. Improvement percentages ranged from (9.408%) as the least value on the Saccade test to (44.557%) as the max value on the Spontaneous test. - Visual exercises improved the technical performance of the serve skill of the experimental group, compared with the control group with improvement percentage of (30.273%). - Visual exercises proved effective in improving visual abilities and the serve skill in volleyball.

Keywords:

Visual Exercises – Serve – Volleyball - Female Players

Paper Details
Month12
Year2019
Volume23
IssueIssue 6
Pages821-840

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