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SWEDISH JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

SJSR April issue

2017

Issue 4 / APRIL

P. 1 - 7
Counseling Needs of Students in the Institute of Physical Education, Mostaganem University, Algeria
Henni Elhadj Ahmed
Keywords: Counseling needs,  students,  physical education,  field
In the light of researches aim knowing the counseling needs for students of physical education institute.Mostaganem University. Algeria,
the researcher suggest that there are many counseling needs for physical education institute students, so the researcher choose the
sample by using random level method of (480) students divided into two samples for building and applying uses, to achieve goals of
research the researcher build research tool represented by showing counseling needs consisted of (7) fields of (81) items, placing in
front of each one three replacements (always, sometime, never) then correct them by giving marks as (1,2,3) respectively, then the
researcher analyzes counseling needs in its final form on applying sample of (120) students (male and female) for students of physical
education institute. Mostaganem university. After treating the results statistically, results showed that there are (38) counseling needs
should be saturated inside the students of physical education institute. Mostaganem university. In the lights of research’s results the
researcher insisted on taking the advantages of studying counseling needs for students of physical education institute in developing
counseling programs in the institute and build it on a scientific bases emanated from a real needs of students.
Henni Elhadj Ahmed, 2017. Counseling Needs of Students in the Institute of Physical Education, Mostaganem University, Algeria. Swedish Journal of Scientific Research.; 4(4):1-7.
 
P. 8 - 13
The Effect of Coordination Training in Developing Some of the Skills of Women Handball Players in Sweden
Ali Faleh Salman
Keywords: Coordination,  skills,  handball,  developing
The all activities of sports in general depend on the skills of athlete’s, but the skills in the interest of the team, the more team qualified
in terms of skill whenever his chances of achieving positive results. The motor skills, which overlooked the trainers, are significantly
related to capacities that have significant impact in the sense of maturity and consistency in neuromuscular work. We see that the
harmonic capacity and their training did not take its share impact in training curricula in handball. Indeed, the importance of research
in the study of the effect of exercise capacity skills of players handball and their impact on the development of skills development
universe capacity one the chief in building motor skills and cannot be ignored when preparing the training programs of it increases
the experience of player’s and expected their perceptions of the response variables of the many at the time of the match. Thereby, we
will work in our research to include a training program for the team NKIK girls born in 1997 for the training capabilities of the harmonic
and to know the impact of level of development on skills development for the hand and to compared with the RP team players, who
continued their training in accordance with the traditional training program. However, the aim our research was to identify the effect of
exercise capacity in harmonic development of some of the basic skills in handball. We hypotheses if states that there is a significant
difference in the morale of some basic skills in handball under study at the experimental group between pre and post tests and in favor
of the post test. We studied also the significant differences in the morale of some basic skills in handball under study in a posteriori tests
between the experimental and the control groups and in favor of the experimental group. The results analyzed and discussed by our
researchers were able to reach a consensus that the training capacity has a positive impact in the development of some motor skills
essential for handball practice. However the existence of significant differences between the results of the post tests for the control
and experimental groups. The added rate of evolution taking place for members of the research sample in tests of skill between the
pre and post tests in favor of the experimental group that was trained on the interoperability capacity.
Ali Faleh Salman, 2017. The Effect of Coordination Training in Developing Some of the Skills of Women Handball Players in Sweden. Swedish Journal of Scientific Research.; 4(4):8-13.
 
P. 14 - 21
The Effect of Physical Activity Programs to Improve Walking and Balance to Prevent Falls in Elderly People
Esselma Nouria • Bessikadour Habib
Keywords: Elderly,  physical training,  training program,  balance,  walk,  preventing falls

Many researchers define old age as a decline in functional and psychomotor abilities, which is the most exposed to age-related illnesses and therefore more to fatigue and overwork after the least effort. That is why we conducted this study in order to assist this category of population so that they can preserve or reacquire certain motor skills that can help them carry out their daily activities and be autonomous without the need for assistance. Thus, we have proposed a training program adapted to improve walking and balance, as they are two essential elements to autonomy, and to lead an active daily life. We have assumed that the proposed program will have a positive impact on walking improvement and balance in elderly people. After a prospective study, And selected a sample that includes elderly institutionalized people in the elderly institution of the wilaya of Mostaganem. Due to the nature of this study and the method used (experimental method) in a premeditated manner. The group was divided into two parts, an experimental group and a control group. Composed of 40 elderly people. We performed two tests (test and retest), the period of application of the proposed program is estimated of three months. After receiving test and retest results, we performed a statistical study Using the mean and standard deviation (SD), and after a comparative study of the two samples, we found significant differences in the retest for the test sample. We then deduced that the training program had a positive impact on balance and walking compared with the control sample.

Esselma Nouria, et al, 2017. The Effect of Physical Activity Programs to Improve Walking and Balance to Prevent Falls in Elderly People. Swedish Journal of Scientific Research.; 4(4):14-21.
 

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