Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The Effect of Using a Suggested Training Program On Delaying Tiredness and Achieving 100m Backstroke Swimming


Rasha Raed Hamid* and Suadad Ibrahim Suhail Al-Kinani

The purpose of this paper is to developing a training curriculum for 100m backstroke swimmers, and identifying the effect of the prepared training curriculum on the special variables for delaying tiredness and achieving the 100m backstroke swimming. The researchers used the experimental method to suit the nature of this research. The research sample was determined by the intentional method, and they are the swimmers of the national backstroke team, among the applicants, who numbered (5) swimmers, so the study relied on one experimental group only. One of the most important results reached by the researchers is that: The researchers concluded that the prepared curriculum had a positive impact on the development of the selected biochemical variables, as well as the development of the 100-meter backstroke completion time. One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: The researchers recommends the necessity of studying other biochemical variables and functional variables that have an impact on the development of achievement and applying these variables to other age groups.


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