Indentify distances to measure special speed endurance for short distance and its relation with performance for Iraqi runners (14 - 16 years)

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25/3/2015 11:21 AM

Indentify distances to measure special speed endurance for short distance and its relation with performance for Iraqi runners (14 - 16 years)


   
ABSTRACT

The proposes of the study was to indentify distances to measure special speed endurance for short distances for Iraqi runners age 14-16, and it's relation with short distance performance for Iraqi runners age 14-16. The sample was Iraqi short distance runners (100m), the study was conducted between 28th March 2009 to 18th september2009, in AL-Shab International stadium, Al-kashfi stadium and anther center provinces field. The researcher used descriptive method, on sample individuals 35 runners in 100m.The tests that are recommended: For 100m event (80m, 110m, 120m, 130m). The tests were distributed accordingly between Individuals, and on experimental days to ensure that runners will have recovery, and the time between two tests, which was 7 days. The researcher used SPSS to compare the tests results. The conclusions are:
1-It possible from dealing in scientific way according to athletic training science, exercise physiology, test and measurement, and experts to specify the best distance to measure tolerate speed endurance for short distance.
2- It was confirm that the recommended distance is really good to measure that ability.
3- All recommended distances were significant, but in different percentage.
The recommendations are:
1- Dependence on the distance that reveals in this study, which are the best for official distance, and they are standard to measure tolerate speed endurance.
2- Using these standard distances to train and develop speed endurance for these distances (100m).
3- Using this study on alit and women.




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