The percentage of contribution of kinesthetic perception to the performance of some boxing skills for students

Authors

  • Zaid Mohammed R. Al Khaffaf University of Babylon, College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000319

Keywords:

Kinesthetic; perception; boxing skills

Abstract

The era is witnessing scientific progress and knowledge explosion in all areas of life, including the sports field, on the foundations and principles of scientific research and the use of educational and training means and techniques. The sport of boxing is characterized by special characteristics and the mental preparation and personal characteristics that a boxing player must possess. One of the main objectives of this study is (to identify the contribution of sensory-motor perception to the performance of some students’ boxing skills). The researcher made several assumptions that he sought to test through Field research procedures, while the research community included students of the second stage at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences - University of Babylon for the academic year 2023 - 2024, who numbered 115 students, and a random sample of (30) students was chosen, after using some statistical methods to achieve the research objectives and test its hypotheses. The results of the study were presented, analyzed and discussed, through which several conclusions were reached, the most important of which is (there is a positive moral relationship between the ability to sense distance and sense of time) and the skills under study. The researcher also concluded several recommendations, the most important of which is the necessity of preparing curricula that help develop the mental abilities of students in the sport of boxing.

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Published

2024-04-02

How to Cite

Al Khaffaf, Z. M. R. (2024). The percentage of contribution of kinesthetic perception to the performance of some boxing skills for students. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000319