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Title: The effect of proposed training promgramme on some kinetic variables for basketball beginners jump shot skill accuracy from the right and left side
Authors: Abdallh, Eyad 
Kilani, Hashem 
Ermeley, Ziad 
Keywords: Sex role;Gender;Academic achievement - Social aspects;Academic achievement - Economic aspects;Languages - Study and teaching
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Dirasat, Human and Social Sciences
Journal: Dirasat, Human and Social Sciences 
Abstract: The aim of this study is to get to know the effects of a suggested training regimen concerning several kinematic characteristics and jump shot (from the left and right side) for basketball beginners, utilizing empirical research by creating two equivalent random groups suitable to the nature of such a study; by selecting a sample of 20 junior players in the field of basketball age group of 13-15 year olds mean 15.1 SD 0.64: A control group and an experimental group, each comprised of 10 members. Our control group was subjected to training using the conventional method, whereas the experimental group underwent the suggested training programme. The results of our study demonstrated that the new training programme yielded a positive effect in improving the values of several kinematic variables (ie velocity, angle and height of ball release). Especially of note was the vertical velocity, one of the most improved variables in basketball jump shots. Furthermore, this study recommends applying the new jump shot training regimen to the Palestinian school teams and junior clubs, as well as the importance of giving attention to the development of physical abilities for the adolescents, and the kinematic variables affecting the jump shot skills among basketball juniors during the training process.
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