“Effect of a Program by using some Techniques of Attention on the Kinetic Expectation Level of the Basketball”

By Ahmed Abdul Allah El Roby.

Published by The Sport Collection

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Through the researcher’s expertise and through referential survey, he noticed shortage in some fields of training related to follow up and pass cutting skills. The trainers are only concerned about performance methods and physical aspects related to the skill without being concerned about mental skills successfully related to skill performance. The importance of the research in developing basketball players’ attention techniques and its effect on the kinetic expectation for following up through expecting the track of the ball rebound from the circle and also the colleague and the opponent movements and also pass cutting skill through increasing the player’s ability to move towards the passing direction and expecting the track of the ball direction before leaving the passer’s hands. This requires high attention degree so that the defender can read the forward and expect his passes. The matter that moves the researcher to conduct this study, trying to recognize “Influence of a Proposed Training Program by Using Some Techniques of Attention on the Kinetic expectation Level of Both Follow-up & Pass Cutting Skills in the Rest and Exertion for the Beginners of the Basketball”.

Keywords: Using Some Techniques of Attention, The Kinetic Expectation Level, The Rest and Exertion

The International Journal of Sport and Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.95-120. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 850.576KB).

Dr. Ahmed Abdul Allah El Roby

epartment of Educational & Psychological Sciences, Faculty of Specific Education, Faculty of Specific Education – Port Said, Suez Canal University, Egypt, Suez Canal University, Port Said, Egypt

Ahmed Abdul Allah El Roby is Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational & Psychological Sciences, Faculty of Specific Education, Port Said, Suez Canal University, Egypt.