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Effect of kids athletics training on power among kids
Authors: Mohamed Saad Ismail
Year: 2011
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The “IAAF Kids Athletics” Programme aims to ensure a steady and sustainable policy of development of the sport of Athletics. The programme is not intended only for clubs and Member Federations but also for schools and all institutions who are interested in the well being of children. The IAAF aims to popularise athletics in the six areas through a programme of several competitions called “A Team Event for Children”, which comprises of three event groups: Sprinting/Running Event Group, Jumping Event Group and a Throwing Event Group. There are three age categories targeted by the programme: 7-8 yrs, 9-10 yrs and 11-12 yrs. Core Strength is the motor control and muscular capacity of the lumbopelvic-hip complex, The aim of this study was to determine the effect of 10-week core strength training program on dynamic balance, power and program skills among kids athletics. Twenty kids athletics. Divided into two groups, the experimental group comprised of (10) kids in the age groups of 7-8 yrs. The subjects in this group underwent a core strength training program comprising of body weight, Swiss ball and medicine ball for (10) weeks. The control group comprised of (10) kids as the same age for the experimental group. Parameters assessed the high, weight, power, dynamic balance and training age. All subjects were free of any disorders known to affect performance, such as bone fractures, osteoporosis, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The participants did not report use of any anti-seizure drugs, alcohol and cortoon consumption, neither smoking cigarette. And all participants were fully informed about the aims of the study, and gave their voluntary consent before participation. The measurement procedures were in agreement with the ethical human experimentation. All statistical analyses were calculated by the SPSS statistical package. The results are reported as means and standard deviations (sd). Differences between two groups were reported as mean difference ±95% confidence intervals (meandiff ± 95%). T test for samples was used to determine the differences in the parameters between the two groups. The results indicated that an increased significantly between the pre and post measures for the experimental group in dynamic balance, power and program skills. In Conclusions. (10) weeks of core strength program can improve physical, skills and dynamic balance for kids athletics.

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