The Effect of Two Methods of Ballistic Resistance Training on Some Aspects of the Strength of the Lower Body in the Long Jump of the Specialized School Athletes
Al-Rafidain Journal For Sport Sciences,
2021, Volume 24, Issue 75, Pages 214-227
AbstractThe importance of the current research lies in the comparison between two training methods of ballistic resistance for the school athletes specialized in the long jump. The first method used medical balls with different weights, while the second method used ballistic tapes with different resistances on the basis of the original tape length and its percentage of stretch. The aim of the research is to reveal the effects of these two methods in developing specific aspects of the muscular strength of the two men. The research sample was intentionally selected from the Specialized School athletes for gifted and strong saliva in the long jump Nineveh Branch, which numbered 10 athletes, and was divided randomly into two experimental groups with (5) athletes for each group. The homogeneity was conducted for all the sample members in (age, height, body mass weight, and training age) and the probability values appeared for them respectively (0.524), (0.947), (0.373), (0.673) which are not significant, and then the equivalence of the two research groups was made. In my tests (the explosive force, and the force distinguished by the velocity of the two men), their values appeared respectively (0.797) and (0.660), which are not significant, and this indicates that the sample is homogeneous and the two groups are equivalent. The ballistic resistance curriculum was initially implemented as part of the main section of the trainer curriculum for a period of 9 weeks. The sample conducted tests in the two measurements before and after (the test of the wide jump from stability to the farthest distance), (and the test of the vertical jump continuously for 10 seconds).
The results of the research showed significant differences in favor of the ballistic tapes, with a marked improvement in the two variables, explosive force and force, characterized by velocity.
The research concluded that the ballistic resistance method using ballistic tapes is distinguished from the ballistic resistance method using medical balls.
The research focused on his recommendations on long jump coaches using ballistic resistance-style foot exercises with tape at the end of the special preparation period and integrating them with the coach's training curriculum.
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