The importance of the research lies in the use of functional exercises in a sound scientific manner, as researchers believe that it will have an impact on the explosive ability that directly participates in the skill of shooting with three points in basketball for advanced players. As for the search problem: Through the field experience of researchers, they noticed the heavy reliance of trainers on commonly applied training methods and methods and the scarcity of their use of modern training methods, including the functional training method, which is one of the modern training methods that have occurred recently, in which high-intensity training is used in a short time, and this is commensurate with the nature and characteristics of the game. Thus, improving the explosive ability, which is reflected in the level of performance under the conditions of extreme work, and raising the level of physical and skill, and through the foregoing, the research problem can be summarized in the following question:
Does the use of functional exercises have a positive effect on the strength characteristic of speed and the skill of shooting with three points in basketball for advanced players?
The research aimed at preparing functional exercises in basketball, identifying the effect of functional exercises on the strength characteristic of speed and the skill of shooting with three points of basketball for advanced players. The most important recommendations included the following: The researchers recommend the adoption of functional exercises as basic data when training basketball players, the need to legalize the training load for functional exercises to suit the quality of practitioners in terms of gender, biological and training age because they have a high impact on the body during a performance.
Abbood, Mustafa Alaa; Al Abdullha, Jamal Sabri Faraj; and AL Midhatee, Samer Ahmed Hasan
"The effect of functional exercises on the strength characteristic of speed and the skill of shooting with three points in basketball for advanced players,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 74.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1137
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