Journal of Human Sport and Exercise

The effect of selective exercises on developing motor abilities, basic skills, and mental perception among football players

Nawar Abdullah Hussein Allami, Ghaith Abdullah Hussein, Khalid Kadhim Resan Al-Lami

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2021.16.Proc3.58

Abstract

The early stages of sports training are very important because they build the basis for future training stages. Skills are considered one of the most important training objectives for early training in life as it works to acquire basic skills and raise their performance to an advanced stage of mastery, and that the goal of training also requires a high level of motor abilities that require reaching high stages of maturity and development from this important age stage. The researchers believe that because is a trainer, there is a lack of interest in the process of training motor abilities, mental abilities. The trainers use a few training methods fit to developing the performance of these skills among the young players. Therefore, the researchers decided to use special exercises to develop the movement abilities, basic skills, and mental perception of the research sample for it to be effective training methods used by active trainers. Identify the effect of selective exercises on their development of motor abilities, basic skills, and mental perception. Special exercises have a clear effect on the experimental group in developing motor abilities and mental perception.


Keywords

Skills; Motor abilities; Mental perception; Football

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/jhse.2021.16.Proc3.58





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