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1- Department of Physical Education, College of Education, King Faisal University, KSA , amohhamed@kfu.edu.sa
2- Department of Physical Education, College of Education, King Faisal University, KSA
3- Department of Team Sports and Racket Games, Faculty of Physical Education, Minia University, Egypt
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Background. The objective of this research was to identify the effects of vibration training on certain physical and skill variables of basketball players at King Faisal University. Methods. The researchers used the experimental method on a sample of 20 basketball players from King Faisal University. All of them were male volunteers. They were randomly divided into two groups, one experimental and the other controlling, consisting of 12 players. In the research variables, the proposed vibration training program was applied for ten weeks at the rate of three weekly training units for 30 - 45 minutes in each training unit of the group experimental, excluding the control. Group, who trained traditionally. The follow-up measurement was performed in the control and experimental groups in the same type of cardiac measurement. Results. The most important results were that the proposed training program positively influenced the physical variables and ability examined, and the differences in improvement rates of all physical and skill variables were in favor of the experimental group. Conclusion. The researchers concluded from the findings that vibratory training should be included in the players' training program components as a basis for developing fitness and basketball skills, as it has positive effects on fitness and performance.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Exercise, Training and Health
Received: 2022/05/11 | Accepted: 2022/06/21

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