The Effect of Using Competitive and Traditional Methods in Learning Some Basic Gymnastics Skills
Keywords:competitive style, learning basic gymnastics skills
The research aims to identify the effect of using competitive and traditional methods on learning some basic
skills in gymnastics. The research sample was selected from third stage students in the College of Physical
Education and Sports Sciences at the University of Kufa. The research aims to identify the effect of using
competitive and traditional methods on learning some basic skills in gymnastics. The researchers assumed
that there were statistically significant differences between the pre and post-tests in favor of the post-test
between the two methods separately, as well as the existence of statistically significant differences between
the two methods in favor of the competitive method. In learning some basic skills in gymnastics, among the
most important conclusions and recommendations made by the researchers are:
1- The group that learned the competitive method achieved an improvement in learning most skills in
gymnastics than the group that learned the restrictive method.
2- Directing the attention of teachers and trainers in the sports field by using the competition method as a
means of learning basic gymnastics skills.
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