The effect of special exercises on improving general motor impairment to perform forward anterior heart rate skill on the mat of ground movements for ages (10-13)

  • Duaa Awadh Dr. Bushra Kadhum


 The scientific progress made in sport in the world did not come as a result of chance but rather by relying on training and educational means based on sound scientific foundations in the individual and individual games, as gymnastics is one of the sports that contain several movements and at the same time these movements may be performed in One movement of the gymnastics. The player who plays this game must be characterized by good physical and skill specifications, as any defect in it affects the player's skill performance and thus his achievement is not good and this affects progress towards achieving what he aims. And that the general motor balance is an important pillar in the performance of any movement of the gymnast and that the player who is characterized by the stability of the balance will be easier to learn unlike the one who has a weakness in the general balance is learning more difficult and therefore can not achieve what he aims to accomplish, especially if he did not discover Early. Hence the importance of the research to improve the weakness of the general motor balance when performing the skill of the forward anterior heart, by developing exercises that improve the performance weakness. Hence, the researcher sought to solve the problem. The weak general movement balance among the players of the technical gymnastics resulted from the lack of interest Adequate motor balance in performance or physical numbers, which plays an important and effective role in improving performance significantly, and because balance is an important skill trait in the game of gymnastics and that its weakness may not only affect learning the skill of the frontal air ball developed, but rather achievement in general, The prompting the researchers to study the problem and develop special exercises to help improve weak balance when motor performance and find the best solutions to scientific even have to be a good player.

The third chapter includes the research sample community and sample for the sub-union players of your gymnasium in Maysan for junior athletes, ages (10-13) years, they are (6) young players.

As for the fourth chapter, the results are presented, analyzed and discussed. As for the fifth chapter, it includes conclusions and recommendations, including the conclusions:

  1. The effect of the exercises was positive in developing physical and motor abilities.

The development of physical and motor abilities through exercises led to the learning of free skills in technical gymnastics as well as balance.

As for the recommendations

  1. Trying to improve the performance of the basic skills in your technical gymnastics while giving other motor skills for the older age group for the purpose of learning them and benefiting from them in performing compulsory motor formations.