The Development of speed Transitional and Kinematic and their impact with some basic offensive and defensive skills in basketball for female students

1NADA MOHAMMED AMEEN

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Abstract:

In recent years, great progress has been made in the field of education, and the educational process has received great interest from researchers and specialists, in order to keep pace with progress and reach the best education that students can access. One of the quick games that are taught in colleges within a curriculum that contains the basic of ensive and defensive vocabulary of the game. Its performance requires a fast transition and mobility in line with the specificity of the game and its positions, and here lies the importance of research, and the problem of research lies in the movement of students while performing of ensive and defensive skills as they are. Not at the required level and slow movement and performance, and the research aims to identify the dif erences between the pre and post tests to develop translation speed and movement of students, as well as to identify the diferences in some of ensive and defensive tests. The researcher used the experimental method in one experimental method with an experimental group, and it was conducted on a random sample of (4) four individuals and (20) ten students, at a rate of 19.42%. The subsequent preliminary tests for the research variables, and the search continued (21/10/2019 until 30/12/2019 AD), in addition to using appropriate statistical methods. The emergence of a big dif erence in the development of the navel and transitional movement, as well as in some of ensive and defensive skills for students, and the researcher recommends practicing mobility, movement and diversification exercises within the practical lessons of their role. In influencing the performance of technically gifted students, of ensive and defensive.

Keywords:

movement and movement speed, of ensive and defensive skills, basketball

Paper Details
Month1
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 1
Pages9004-9009