Comparative Study on the Effectiveness of the Means of Strengthening the Technical Element - Shooting with the Laces Finalization

  • Adrian Pricop Lecturer, Ph. D, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
Keywords: football, shooting, students, technical elements

Abstract

This study seeks to improve the process of strengthening the technical elements aimed at completing the attack actions by shooting with the lace’s finalization. The aim of the paper is to promote a complex of methods and means to strengthen the shooting techniques. We have conducted our study was on a 24 students sample practicing football in the representative team of the University Politehnica of Bucharest.
The athletes were organized in two groups: the experimental group (12 subjects) and the control group 12 (subjects). The age of those taking part in the study ranges from 19 to 23 years old. The research took place between October 17 and March 23, 2018, during which we used, in training the subjects, a set of methods and means to strengthen the technical element, the shoot to the gate finalization.
In the training process, the experimental group specifically practiced, 20 minutes in each lesson, programs based on strengthening the shoot to the gate finalization while the control group followed the classical training program.
The main research methods we utilized are these: the scientific documentation, the experiment, the observation, the graphic method and the statistical mathematical interpretation.
Following the research conducted and by processing the results obtained, we observed outstanding progress in final test compared to initial test.
The comparison of the results obtained in the final evaluation shows statistically significant differences between the two groups. Using the complex of methods and means contributes to making efficient the process of instruction and education.

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Published
2019-10-08