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Keywords : Components


Effects of Training by a Deficit and Replenishment of Phosphogenates on certain Specific Physical Components, Performance Speed of certain Offensive Skills and Recovery Heart Rate of fencing players

Mekdad M. Mahmood; Ziyad .Y.AL saffar

Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences, 2009, Volume 14, Issue 50, Pages 94-134
DOI: 10.33899/rajsport.2009.6076

The problem of this research restricted by the following question:
What are the effects of training by a deficit and replenishment of phosphogenates on certain specific physical components, performance speed of certain offensive skills and recovery heart rate? Moreover, which is the better among them?
The research aimed at:
1. Being acquainted with the effects of training by replenishment of phosphogenates on certain specific physical components, offensive skills heart rate of fencing players.
2. Being acquainted with the effects of training by deficit of phosphogenates on certain specific physical components, offensive skills heart rate of fencing players.
3. The significance of differences of curtains specific physical components , offensive skills and heart rate of fencing players.
The researcher hypothesized the following:
1. There were significant differences between the pre and post tests of the first groups (replenishment of the phosphogenates) in certain specific physical components, offensive skills heart rate of fencing players.
2. There were significant differences between the pre and post tests of the second groups (defut of the phosphoyenats) in certain specific physical components, offensive skills heart rate of fencing players.
3. There are significant differences between the tow groups in the physical components , offensive skills and heart rate of fencing players.
Procedures of research
1. The experimental method was used since it is convenient to the nature of research.
2. The sample included eight fencers representing the team of physical education college – University of Mosul. The sample divided into two experimental groups with 4 fencers each.
3. By using "t" test, the equality and homogeneity between the two groups were achieved so that there were no significant differences in variables of age, weight, high, certain specific physical components, performance speed of certain offensive skills and anaerobic power.
4. The training program lasted 9 weeks divided into 3 meso-cycles with 3 training session a week resulting in 27 sessions with (2:1) wave load. Having achieved the training program, the post test was applied in accordance to the same procedures, measurements and conditions in the pre test.
5. Conclusions:
1. The Training program with a replenishment of phosphogenates improved positively the specific physical components.
2. The Training program with a replenishment of phosphogenates improved positively the performance speed of the offensive skills.
3. The Training program with a replenishment of phosphogenates decreased significantly the immediate heart rate after effort.
4. The Training program with a deficit of phosphogenates improved positively the specific physical components excluding the power of the arms.
5. The Training program with a deficit of phosphogenates improved positively the performance speed of the offensive skills.
6. The Training program with a deficit of phosphogenates decreased significantly the recovery heart rate at the second, third, fourth, and fifth minutes.
7. Improving the motor speed of the legs is achieved better by using The Training program with the replenishment of phosphogenates compared with the program of the deficit phosphogenates.

A study of the components of the body in college of Physical education’s students and their effects on the time of 100m running

Ghaida S. Aziz

Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences, 2005, Volume 11, Issue 39, Pages 116-128
DOI: 10.33899/rajsport.2005.6055

Abstract
Studying the dynamics of the functional and physical measures related of the physical growth of athletes practicing different kinds of sports is remarkably important as to the ability of the body to practice the sport activity . The study aims at identifying some body components in the students of college of physical education , and their relation to the time of 100m running .
Being fit to the study , the descriptive approach has been used . The corpus included 123 first – years students in the college of physical education , Mosul University . Measures of body components such as body weight , fat weight , body weight without fats , mass indicator ….etc have been used the date have been dealt with statistically .
It has been concluded that there is a positive significant relationship between 100m running and weight , fat , weight and mass indicator , and there is no significant relationship with height and body weight without fats .
We recommend training programmes which help decrease the amount of fats in the body to keep the body weight that matches the kind of sport activity .