THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A TRAINING PROGRAM USING INTEGRATED EXERCISES (PHYSICAL- SKILL) TO DEVELOP STRENGTH, SPEED AND SOME ESSENTIAL TECHNICAL SKILLS – A CASE STUDY ABOUT FOOTBALL PLAYERS UNDER 17 IN MOSTAGANEM, ALGERIA

Beboucha Wahib, Ameur Ameur Housseyn, Bengoua Ali

Abstract


This research aims to propose a training program using integrated exercises (physical- skill) dedicated to develop the speed-strength and some essential technical skills to football players under 17 years old. The researcher followed the experimental method because of the relevance of the research issue. The study used a sample of the Mostaganem team under 17 years old consisting of 35 players; they were divided into two samples, the first sample consisted of (13) players a normal training program was applied with them , the second experimental group consisted of (13) players the training program applied offered by the researcher. Finally, the researcher suggests that the proposed program positively influence the development of speed-strength and some technical skills. A set of physical and skill tests were applied and after getting the results of the pre and post measurements and the statically processing of results, the researchers have concluded that integrated exercises (physical- skill) has a major impact in developing the speed-strength and some basic skills of football players under 17 years old.

 

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integrated exercises (physical - skill), speed-strength, technical skill

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.720

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