Author : AL-Hassan, Dr. Dhiaa Hamood Mawlood
The Effect Of Rapid Training With The Ball On The Development Of Dribbling And Change Of Direction For Emerging Football Players
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5755-5763
The development that took place in the game of football in the various fields of physical, skill and psychological preparation called on researchers to research the delicate matters of the game in order to develop it even to a small extent in order for these teams to outperform their counterparts in these areas.
Through the researchers' observation of the local teams in the game of soccer for being former players and coaches in this field, it was found that there is a weakness in a number of skills among the emerging players, and among these skills is the dribbling skill and the change of direction with the ball, unlike what is found in the global teams of the game.
The aim of this research is to identify the effect of quick exercises with the ball on developing dribbling and changing the direction of the players of the football school of Hebahab Sports Club for the junior group (14-16) years in football. The researchers used the experimental approach to suit the nature of the study. Special exercises were prepared for the experimental group at (3 training units) per week (Saturday, Monday, Wednesday) for a period of (12 weeks). Quick exercises with the ball were introduced in the main section at an average of 20 minutes of the daily training unit time. The number of training units was (36 units), as the researchers prepared exercises that depend on speed in their implementation with the ball and in which direction is changed. The researchers used the method of high intensity interval training (90-100) because the method is consistent with the development of the speed characteristic of the players. After statistical treatments, the study concluded that rapid exercises with the ball had an effect on dribbling and changing direction for young soccer players and in statistical significance in the tests prepared by the researchers, tribal and post-test, and for the benefit of the post-test. And experimental and for the benefit of the experimental group.