Improving the performance of complex motor skills in Egyptian children team handball by using hypermedia
Ahmed Hossen Hassan1, Amr Hassan2
1Department of Sports Pedagogy, Mansoura University (Egypt)
2 Department of Sports Training, Mansoura University (Egypt)
The content of the tactical and technical thinking and actions of team handball beginners is related to their play potential and increases both quantitatively and in terms of difficulty as player's progress through the levels of play. This study assessed a strategy to using hypermedia for improve performance of complex motor skills in children. A group of 38 male subjects volunteered for the study. They were divided into two groups matched on training Units with complex motor performance skills. Both groups were trained with the same coach the experimental group was training with normal program in addition to units of hypermedia. A successful performance throw tests was evaluated as achieving the goal of the training in the shortest possible time and without mistakes. Results Indicate to the existence of significant differences between control group and experimental group, where the percentage of performance mistakes was decreased and time was improved.