اثر تمرينات خاصة وقف ايقاع زمني لتطوير التوافق الحركي للضربة الامامية في التنس الارضي

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21/4/2015 8:59 AM

اثر تمرينات خاصة وقف ايقاع زمني لتطوير التوافق الحركي للضربة الامامية في التنس الارضي


 
Abstract

Yseat address is:
Especially after the exercises according to the rhythm of time in the development of motor Altofiq front of the strike in tennis. Shaima researcher Sami Shihab The research involved five doors:
And included the first chapter and provided important research and that Taatlkhhs that study mechanical movement, guided by a clear principle which is that the movement is subject to variables, mechanical, and if what has performance according to these variables, it appears well as touched upon the researcher to divide the time, which is one of these variables related to the performance skills of tennis players it is one of the characteristics of a motor skill performance, whether or consistency of the movement, where time indicates the approach of the performance of the skill of time synchronized to the ideal in performance.
Emerged as the importance of research to identify the effect of using exercise as indicators of private time in the development of rhythm Altoavqt motor in front of the strike tennis.
The research problem:
Has explained the role of modern scientific methods as a means to assist in training such as using photography and Altahalil and go into the finer details of the performance and to identify some of the variables Albayumkanikih which are directly related to a performance and stages in order to determine the most important negatives and put the tracks kinetic correct to ensure the success of the strikes and the problems that overlooked a lot of a game of tennis professionals.
The objectives of the research included: the identification of index values to divide the time of the strike front as well as



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