The effect of protective exercises for the posterior thigh muscle (popliteus) using an innovative device on some aspects of strength for 100m runners
Keywords:Physical _ preventive exercises, innovative device, 100 M, Posterior thigh muscle (popliteal), Manifestations of strength
The study aimed to prepare physical _ preventive exercises to strengthen the posterior muscle of the thigh (popliteus) in order to develop some aspects of strength and to contribute to the prevention of injuries during training or competition. In the study, three tests were used for the two men, the first was three hopscotches with the right leg and the left leg, the second was the posterior Maxillary half test with iron to measure the maximum strength, and the third was a 30-meter running test from the flying position to measure the transitional speed. The researchers concluded that the special exercises contributed to the development of the range of motion and elongation of the posterior thigh muscle (popliteus) and thus also contributed to the development of transitional speed at a good rate, as well as the maximum strength, strength and explosiveness of the muscles of the two legs.
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