Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Futsal

The impact of a training program in the(repetitive) method in the development of pass skill for futsal players under the age of 19 years

Layth Ismael Ibrahim; Abduljabbar Kareem Allaw

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 30-38

The researcher addressed that the importance of the game of futsalfootball, as well as the diversity in the methods of play and its offensive and defensiverequirements, attributed this to the development and great progress that has been achieved in the field of training science and the distinguished position occupied by the game of football
and the development in the methods of playing the team in terms of the use of the best methods of training variety such ascontinuous training, repetitive, andvitreti, ring and others. The importance of the research lies in revealing the use of repetitive training exercises and their impact in the development of football passingfor the youth groupand the extent towhich the research benefits from the training of Diyala provincial clubs and youth forums in the Directorate of Youth and Sports Diyala. And the lack of attention and focus ontheperformance of the skill of passingin (last quarter) of the game time so that it is difficult for the players to perform technical duties, whichpromptedtheresearcherto enter into this problem.

The Effectiveness Of Neuromuscular Training Program To Improve Balance Among Female Futsal Players

Ai Choo Lee; Lee Guan Tan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6060-6070

The ability to maintain balance is essential for almost every daily life activity. Balance is a crucial aspect for many sporting and lifestyle activities, such as preventing falls and reducing the risk of injuries. The objective of this study is to identify the effectiveness of a six weeks neuromuscular training program to improve balance among female Futsal players in Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia. The study design used was true experimental design. The purposive sampling method was utilised to recruit subjects. There were ten female Futsal players age ranging from 19 to 22 years old who fulfilled the inclusion criteria and were randomly assigned equally (N=5) into Control Group and Experimental Group. The Experimental Group undergone 18 sessions of neuromuscular training intervention in six weeks while the Control Group did not receive any intervention but continued their normal training routine. The Y-Balance Test was used to measure the dynamic balance before and after the intervention for both groups. Data was analysed using independent sample t-test and the significance level was predetermined at p<0.05 prior to study. The study finding indicated that the Experimental Group showed significant improvement on dynamic balance (p=0.004) after completing the intervention and when compared with Control Group (p=0.037) for post-intervention. The researcher suggests this program could be incorporated into the training regime for Futsal players to improve balance in hopes of reducing the risk of lower extremities injury