Effects of Training with Multi-Balls on Some Visual Abilities and Counter-Attack Skills for Junior Table Tennis Players
The current research aims at designing a recommended training program using multi-ball method and identifying its effects on some visual abilities and counter-attack skills of junior table tennis players. The researcher used the experimental approach (one-group design) with pre- and post-measurements. Participants (n=15) were purposefully chosen from junior table tennis players less than 15 years of Gharbia Zone who are registered at the Egyptian Table Tennis Federation. Those players participated in Zones Champions Championship in Egypt. In the light of this research’s aims, approach, sample, procedures and results, the researcher can conclude the following:
The recommended training program had significant effects on training junior table tennis players less than (15) year.، Multi-ball training had positive effects on some visual abilities and counter-attack skills of junior table tennis players less than (15) years ، Counter-attack tests had positive effects on increasing the improvement percentage after applying the recommended program، Here is a significant increase in players’ abilities to use visual abilities and counter-attack skills (simple/ complex).
Key words: Multi- Balls Training - Visual Abilities – Counter- attack Skills - Table Tennis.
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