Effects of Compound Exercises Based on Difficulty Level of Squash Players' Bio Motor Variable

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Asst. L. Rashad Abbas Fadhil, Prof. Dr. Maher Abdul Hamza Hardan Dr. Prof. Hudhaifa Ibrahim Khaleel AlHarbi

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The research problem included the general weakness in the bio motor abilities of the squash player when implementing the basic skills of the game, so he is reluctant to implement it because of his fear of not gaining a point or even losing the exchange due to the weakness of the player’s bio motor abilities that have an important impact on the performance of squash skills and which makes him embarrassed to perform the attack And resolve the point.
The aim of the research is to prepare complex exercises according to the level of difficulty to develop some bio motor variables for squash players and to identify their impact. The researchers hypothesized that compound exercises according to the level of difficulty had a positive effect on the development of some bio motor variables for squash players.
The researcher used the experimental method with the two experimental groups on the players of the Babylon governorate clubs participating in the Iraqi Squash League for the year (2020), which numbered (12) by (6) players for each group.
The complex exercises developed according to the level of difficulty were implemented throughout the duration of the training curriculum, and then information was obtained on which conclusions were built, the most important of which is that training in such environments helps in developing the athletic level from all sides, and then the researchers recommended the need to introduce such new environments in the operations Athletic training.

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Asst. L. Rashad Abbas Fadhil, Prof. Dr. Maher Abdul Hamza Hardan Dr. Prof. Hudhaifa Ibrahim Khaleel AlHarbi. (2021). Effects of Compound Exercises Based on Difficulty Level of Squash Players’ Bio Motor Variable. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 10105–10112. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/7346
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