The Effect of Stress-Playing Style Exercises on the Development of Some Biomotor Abilities of Young Football Players

Authors

  • Qasim Muhammad Ali Hazim
  • Ahmed Abdulameer Hamzah

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15499

Keywords:

Development, Biomotor abilities, young, effect.

Abstract

The football game has witnessed a great development in terms of the speed of play, possession and pressure
on the ball carrier. Those involved in the game have to keep pace with this development through the use
of integrated training programs that contain basic and advanced exercises that take care of most details
of the game in addition to paying attention to the physical and movement that the player needs during
the performance, such as Strength, speed, endurance, flexibility, ability, agility, coordination. and what
is associated with it, especially during defensive or offensive football performance, which contributes to
controlling the course of the game. The importance of the research is that it is a research attempt that is
concerned with consolidating the idea of a stress playing style in the reality of Iraqi clubs and teams training
through this defensive method to achieve the desired goal, as well as experimenting with the use of defensive
exercises characterized by rapid application and high accuracy together, and to know the extent of the impact
of exercises in the style of compressive play on the development of some biomechanical capabilities of young
football players in a step aimed at strengthening the sports field with practical experiments and service to
researchers in the sports field. The research aims to identify the impact of exercises with a stress playing style
on the development of some biomechanical capabilities of young football players. The researchers identified
the research community, who are the (23) players of the Al-shuohda football Club, and the research sample
was chosen by a random method (lottery) of (10) players, appropriate statistical means were used to find
differences in the pre and post-tests. The researchers came out with the following conclusions: Compressive
play style exercises developed some biomechanical capabilities (movement speed, agility and compatibility)
for the experimental group under discussion, compressive play exercises simulated the player for the same
conditions of the match.

Author Biographies

Qasim Muhammad Ali Hazim

Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ University of Babylon, Iraq

Ahmed Abdulameer Hamzah

Prof. Dr., Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ University of Babylon, Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Ali Hazim, Q. M. ., & Hamzah, A. A. . (2021). The Effect of Stress-Playing Style Exercises on the Development of Some Biomotor Abilities of Young Football Players. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 1378-1382. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15499