Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The effect of rebound force training for the upper extremities on some indicators of electrical activity (EMG) of working muscles and the achievement of javelin throwing from sitting disabled category cp34 young


Abdullah Mohammed Alwan* and Kareem Obayes Mohammed

The purpose of this paper is to preparing rebound strength training, and identifying the effect of rebound force exercises on some indicators of the electrical activity device (EMG) for working muscles and the achievement of javelin throwing from sitting disabled cp34 young people and their rate of development. The two researchers used the experimental method and the reality of one group with two tests, pre and post, according to the nature of the problem. The research sample was chosen by the intentional method, and they are the javelin throwers from the sitting class of CP34, and their number is (4) players out of (4) players, as they constituted (100%) of the original community. One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that : The rebound force training worked on developing some electrical activity indicators for the working muscles (peak, rate of peaks, area under the curve) and achievement for young javelin throwers cp34 class , the rebound strength training worked on developing the muscles working in performance, which helped in the development of motor transport, which contributed to the development of the achievement of these young javelin throwers from the seated cp34 category and the rebound strength training develops the explosive power of the upper extremities, which helped to develop the achievement of the seated javelin players of the cp34 category. One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: Necessity of adopting the exercises of sports trainers in Iraq and following the scientific method in measuring the development of the electrical activity of the EMG muscles in a sequential manner to show the safety of the training process, and emphasis on the development of regressive strength training that can be used in line with the kinetic path and the desired goal that works to support the training process.


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