The Impact of a Suggested Training Program for Biometric Training to Develop Some Physical and Motor Abilities for the Group of Youths in Football
Nawar Abdullah Al-Lam*, Ghaith Abdullah Al-Lami and Khalid Kadhim Resan Al-Lami
This study aims at exploring the impact of a biometric program to develop certain physical and motor abilities for the group of youths in football. The sample of the research consists of (20) players of youth groups of Afak Club that has participated in the Iraqi first League season. The training method has been used after dividing the sample into two groups: experimental and control, (10) player for each one as well as for the pretest and the post-test. The period of the training method lasts for (8) weeks, (3) units per a week. (L) is used for cross=linked samples to be acquainted with the difference between pre/post measurement of tests under study, as well as in accordance with each one of these groups; (L) test is used for independent samples in favor of finding differences among the individuals of the two groups (the experimental and control) for pre-measurement. It is shown that there are significant differences at the level of significance (0.05) between pretest and posttest for the impact of the program under study for the experimental group to develop some physical and motor abilities. There are also some significant differences at the level of significance (0.05) for post-measurement between experimental and control groups for the same purpose concerning the sample of the research and in the interest of the experimental group. It is highly recommended by the researchers that the biometric program as a means of promoting and improving physical and motor abilities for the group of youths in football.
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