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International Journal of Physiology, Exercise and Physical Education

Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part B (2023)

Effect of using a (TENS) device to development some offensive basketball skills for the disabled on wheelchairs

Author(s):

Dr. Yosra Hasoon Motashar and Dr. Saif Ali Mohammed

Abstract:

One of the issues that experts in the field of sports training face, especially in training the game of basketball on wheelchairs, is that the training process takes place by relying on training the healthy part of the body of the handicapped, such as the torso and arms, without paying attention to the other parts of his body, and this is one of the scientific problems related to the applied side, which would Delaying the development of achievement for these players and herein lies the research problem. Where the research aims to use the (TENS) device on basketball players on wheelchairs and to identify the extent of the impact of this device on the development of some offensive skills in basketball for the disabled on wheelchairs. The researchers used the experimental approach, as it is one of the most widely used scientific research methods in the field of sports, and they concluded that the use of the (TENS) device has contributed to the development of their offensive skill capabilities for wheelchair basketball players, indicating that there are statistically significant discrepancies between the research results, with the experimental group benefiting. The researchers recommend the physical training and the development of the special technical aspects should be based on the use of electrical muscle stimulation and the development of special strength is necessary in the competition, in addition to controlling the nervous adaptation, which includes a high value of exercises and increasing the speed of movement during the game.

Pages: 105-111  |  86 Views  24 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Dr. Yosra Hasoon Motashar and Dr. Saif Ali Mohammed. Effect of using a (TENS) device to development some offensive basketball skills for the disabled on wheelchairs. Int. J. Physiol. Exercise Phys. Educ. 2023;5(2):105-111. DOI: 10.33545/26647249.2023.v5.i2b.79
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