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Effect Training instantaneous by facilitation in the development of variables biomechanics to closer, payment, and long jump for young people

Volume 8, Issue 1, September 2014, Pages 256–260

 Effect Training instantaneous by facilitation in the development of variables biomechanics to closer, payment, and long jump for young people

Dr. Sareih ALfadly1, Dr. Ferdous Majeed Amen2, and Sura Jamil Hanna3

1 University of Baghdad, Iraq
2 University of Diyala, Iraq
3 College of Physical Education, University of Duhok, Iraq

Original language: English

Received 15 July 2014

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Long jump consist of served connected stages of run of the approaching, preparing to upgrade with three final steps, upgrade, take off, and downgrade. Ostensibly of these phases whole constitute a artistic performance the correct if their interdependence that serves objective of this skill. Either the research problem results showed that at the local level far from at the international level in the long jump competition, and that This requires the staff prepare Training Programmers to train the own physical abilities and according to results achieved for the narrow the gap between the global and achievements of the Iraqi. This study aimed to identify some variables of momentary strain and speed of final upgrade step through kinetic analysis, facilitating exercises such as rubber cords in direction of the movement and mobile traffic device for application movements of momentary strain, detection the impacts of the training on mentioned variables. The research is to impose There are statistically significant differences between tribal and a posteriori the tests of the values of the intraday speed of payment approach and achievement of the two groups of search. While search proceedings were used the video and imaging variables the extracted from it, The variables included biomechanics speed last step (through analysis), Starting speed (through analysis), The momentum change during Rise (through analysis), the force hanging over panel when Rise using foot scanner. Has been applied workouts Balahbal rubber device traffic moving on the experimental group for a period not less than 8 weeks Reality two units every week and determine intensity accordance with the time of maximum ran done and maximum Of fo rce rope user was the training in the main section of the unit's training exercises complementary Be the gradient of pregnancy-training at 1: 3 in order to have influential and effective training depending on the scientific underpinnings. The Statistical means: statistic the bag been used (SPSS). Most Conclusions:
1- The correct special exercises using rubber cods and mobile traffic was more considerable in the long jump.
2- Exercises of rubber cords frequently lead to stimulation of nervous system and improvement of nervous signals sending to muscles, these exercises contribute to reduce the time of ground connection, and subsequent reduction of momental strain time.

Author Keywords: Training, variables biomechanics, long jump, young people.

How to Cite this Article

Dr. Sareih ALfadly, Dr. Ferdous Majeed Amen, and Sura Jamil Hanna, “Effect Training instantaneous by facilitation in the development of variables biomechanics to closer, payment, and long jump for young people,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 256–260, September 2014.