2019, Vol. 4, Issue 2
The effects of harmonic training on developing balance ability in handball female students of the second stage
Author(s): Dr. Haider Ghazi Azeez Salman, Dr. Yaqub Youssuf Abdulzahra and Zainab Hajim Katie
This paper includes the introduction and research problem, which is the weakness in the ability to balance for most female students of the second stage in handball, which is a basic psychological and functional condition through which the player can control her motor performance when performing some basic skills in handball game through kinetic linkage ability, routing, rhythmicity, react, and re-adapt to motor skills. Therefore, the researchers considered the study of the effect of harmonic training on the development of the ability to balance in handball for the second stage female students in the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences. The objectives included: identifying the effects of harmonic Training to developing the ability to balance in handball among female students of the second stage. As well as research hypotheses: there are statistically significant differences in the ability of balance between the pre- and post-tests of the experimental group. The research sample comprised of 20 female students from The Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, Al-Mustansiriyah University, where the two researchers concluded: There is convergence in the balance between the control and experimental groups during the conduct of pre-tests. The researchers recommended: Emphasizing on the use of various exercises to develop the ability of balance due to its effect on performance in handball.
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Dr. Haider Ghazi Azeez Salman, Dr. Yaqub Youssuf Abdulzahra and Zainab Hajim Katie. The effects of harmonic training on developing balance ability in handball female students of the second stage. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(2): 526-529.