International Journal of Sports, Health and Physical Education

Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A (2019)

The impact of plyometric training method on the high parties’ power distinguished with speed in the 50m freestyle competition for the physically disabled

Author(s):

Benzidane Houcine, Mokrani Djamel, Hadjar kharfane Mohamed, Fateh zereg

Abstract:
Aim: To determine the impact of plyometric training use on the high parties muscle power and the digital achievement in the 50m freestyle for the physically handicapped (lower parties) Material and Methods: The experimental method was adopted due to its adequate relation with the research problem. The sample was selected in intended manner including 08 specialized athletes. A training program was applied by using plyometric exercises under researchers’ supervision where a measurement test for the power characterized by speed and digital achievement test in 50m freestyle were used.Results: After the results treatment statistically, it was clear that plyometric training method leaded to the development of the power characterized by speed for the high parties for physically disabled swimmers (calculated T =12.08 > tabulated T 2.36), and the existence of improvement in the digital achievement (calculated T =7.40> tabulated T= 2.36). This means that the development of the force characterized by speed for principle working muscles in freestyle swimming by the use of plyometric training tooke part in the improvement of digital accomplishment in the 50m competition. Conclusions: As a conclusion, plyometric training does effect the development of the power characterized by speed for high parties in freestyle swimming for physically disabled and to improve the digital achievement in 50m race.

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How to cite this article:
Benzidane Houcine, Mokrani Djamel, Hadjar kharfane Mohamed, Fateh zereg. The impact of plyometric training method on the high parties’ power distinguished with speed in the 50m freestyle competition for the physically disabled. Int. J. Sports Health Phys. Educ. 2019;1(1):01-04.
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