The effect of complex training to develop some physical variables and offensive formations for young handball players

Authors

  • Ahmed Hassan Ali Hatroosh College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, University of University of Babylon, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000310

Keywords:

Combined training; physical variables; offensive formations

Abstract

Those who follow the game of handball in Iraq are well aware that the game's physical and technical levels have declined significantly in comparison to the regional and international environments, as evidenced by the Iraqi teams' results. The reasons may be several, but the most crucial is the failure to implement current, planned scientific curricula that keep up with gaming advances, as well as new ideas and training methods. In addition to the lack of gradual application of these theories and methods to age groups up to higher levels, which negatively impacted the effectiveness of game training, the research problem crystallized, which is the scarcity of adopting modern training curricula to raise the level of physical and performance variables (offensive formations) in the game of handball. Which shows the big difference in performance levels between the Iraqi player and his Arab or international counterpart, and this is an indicator through the results of the Iraqi teams in Arab and Asian forums. The researcher decided to shed light on this research problem and try to solve it by developing a training curriculum using one of the modern training methods, which is complex training. In addition, to identify its effects on some physical and performance variables (offensive formations). The aim of the research is to:

1- Developing a training curriculum using a complex training method in some physical variables and offensive formations for young handball players.

2- To identify the impact of the training curriculum using the combined training method on some physical variables and offensive formations for young handball players. The most important conclusions were:

1- Compound training has a positive effect and is more effective than the traditional method in developing some physical variables and offensive formations for young handball players.

2- Compound training demonstrated the comprehensive and balanced development of the physical and performance variables (offensive formations) for young handball players.

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Published

2024-03-29

How to Cite

Hatroosh, A. H. A. (2024). The effect of complex training to develop some physical variables and offensive formations for young handball players . Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000310