The importance of the research is reflected in studying the effect of Tabata-style exercises for performance stages in the strength characteristic of speed and the achievement of 200 meters for runners under 20 years old.
As for the research problem: by following up and informing the researchers of the exercises of runners under 20 years old, they noticed the large number of trainers’ reliance on commonly applied training methods and methods and their lack of use of modern training methods, including the Tabata method, which is one of the modern training methods that have occurred recently, in which high-intensity training is used and in a short time , and this is commensurate with the nature and characteristics of the game and thus improving performance under the conditions of extreme work and raising the physical and skill level of the runners, as it works to increase the excitement and suspense of the runners, and through the foregoing, the research problem can be summarized in the following question:
Does the use of Tabata-style exercises for the performance stages have a positive effect on the strength characteristic of speed and the achievement of 200 meters for runners under 20 years old.
The research aimed at: preparing Tabata-style exercises according to the kinetic energy index, as well as identifying the effect of Tabata-style exercises for performance stages on strength, speed, and completion of 200 meters for runners under 20 years old.
The researchers used the experimental method in a one-group style to solve the research problem, and for the research community, the research community was identified with the runners of the 200-meter race under 20 years for the 2020-2021 sports season, numbering (6) players, and then processing the data using appropriate statistical means.
Ali, Muntadher Mohammed; Hussain, Ali Abdul Hassan; and Jasim, Mokhalad Mohammed
"The impact of Tabata-style workouts on young runners' ability to sprint 200 meters with strength and speed, as measured by the kinetic energy index,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 136.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1201
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