The effect of exercises in both high and repetitive interval training methods to develop speed endurance, strength endurance, and the achievement of 400 meters’ hurdles under (18) years old

Authors

  • Israa Kamil Hasan Physical Education and Sport sciences college for women/ Baghdad University
  • Asmaa Hameed Gambash Physical Education and Sport sciences college for women/ Baghdad University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.2023.22.1.0078

Keywords:

high and repetitive interval training, speed endurance, strength endurance, achievement of 400 meters’ hurdles

Abstract

The aim of the research is to prepare exercises in both high and repetitive interval training methods to develop some physical capabilities and complete the 400 meters’ hurdles under (18) years old, where the research problem is determined that the achievement of the players of this event does not rise to acceptable levels, as a result of weakness in physical capabilities and achievement, so it has become impossible to develop only through organized training. The two researchers used the experimental approach with the pre and post-test for the experimental and control groups to suit the nature of the research. The research community was determined by the governorate Baghdad players Those who are training in the Al-Bayaa Youth Forum, the Specialized School for Talent Care, the arena and field stadium, College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences / University of Baghdad for the 2022 sports season, whose number is (10 players), as the research sample was selected in a comprehensive enumeration method, and the sample was divided into two experimental groups and the control group, with (5 players) for each group. One week, the two researchers used the statistical bag (SPSS), and the two researchers reached the most important conclusions that training in two ways High and repetitive interval training had a positive effect on developing some physical abilities and completing the 400-meter hurdles under (18) years old

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Published

2023-03-30

How to Cite

Israa Kamil Hasan, & Asmaa Hameed Gambash. (2023). The effect of exercises in both high and repetitive interval training methods to develop speed endurance, strength endurance, and the achievement of 400 meters’ hurdles under (18) years old. Modern Sport, 22(1), 0078. https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.2023.22.1.0078