The effect of focus of attention based on the balance and accuracy of the ap dollyeo chagi impact on the electronic hogu of semi-skilled girls of taekwondo 10-14 years old
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1Yadegar-e-Imam Khomeini (RAH) Shahr-e Rey Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran,Iran
2Islamic Azad University of Karaj
3Islamic Azad University of Parand
Abstract
Introduction: Taekwondo is a celebrated martial art known as an Olympic event. Athletes can use their own opponent to attack a kick in accordance with the rules of the sport. During the performance of the technique, the athlete must have the ability to balance and accurately while striking his opponent. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of internal focus of attention based on balance and external focus of attention based on the accuracy of the ap dollyeo chagi in scoring from the e- hogu of semi-skilled girls of Taekwondo.
Methodology: The participants in this study were 45 female athletes from the age group of 14- who the belt was red. The research design was pre-test and post-test with control group. After the pretest, participants were randomly divided into three focus of attention based on balance, accuracy and control group.
Results: One-way covariance analysis (ANCOVA) showed that pre-test scores were significantly correlated with post-test scores. Also, the effect focus of attention was not significant on the impact points of ap dollyeo chagi after controlling the pre-test scores. In other words, there was no significant difference between the scores obtained from the impact of ap dollyeo chagi on focus of attention based on accuracy, balance and control.
Discussion: According to the results of this study, it seems that the internal focus of attention of balance, the external focus of attention on the basis of accuracy and the effectiveness of internal focus of attention the basis of balance and accuracy on the impact of ap dollyeo chagi on scoring from the e-hogu of semi-skilled of girls 10 to 14 years have a significant effect does not have.
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