Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The Effect Of Katsu Exercises On Some Abilities Of Strength And Achievement Of Advanced Weight Lifters, Baghdad Clubs


Ghassan Adeeb Abdulhassan*, Talib Faisal Shnawa and Yasir Wajih Qaddoori

The purpose of this paper is to preparing kaatsu exercises for advanced weight lifters, Baghdad clubs, and identify the effect of kaatsu exercises on some strength and achievement abilities of the advanced lifters of the Baghdad clubs. The researcher used the experimental approach in one group design with pre and post-test, since this design is of tight control with its suitability for the research procedures. The process of choosing a research sample is one of the most important things in scientific research, as it must represent the original community honestly in order to give accurate and real results about that community and enrich the research with honest scientific information, so the researcher chose a random sample consisting of (6) lifters out of a total of 20 players in the weight category (81) kg. One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that: Kaatsu exercises had a positive effect on developing the achievement of the clean and jerk snatch, and use of kaatsu exercises contributes more to the process of developing strength capabilities. One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: Necessity of using kaatsu intended for lifters and in special preparation specifically, and need to use kaatsu exercises with a variety of high-speed intensities to influence achievement.


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