Saif Fadel Khalil Al-Rubaie
The research challenge was: Standardized training based on solid scientific foundations is necessary for volleyball skill performance, since it is one of the academic curricula for students in the fourth stage. The researcher saw a discernible decline in the trainees' level of serving and receiving volleyball skills through his observation of the volleyball championship matches for the students of the University of Kufa's College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, particularly the students in the fourth stage. Despite the trainers' usage of a variety of workouts, it was discovered that this stage's accomplishment fell short of expectations. It was observed that the majority of skill-training activities deviate greatly from Tabata method training, which affects the skill and works to heighten student suspense and excitement, which is reflected in achievement. This is where the research problem originated. In order to help students improve their serving and receiving volleyball skills and advance to higher levels and better match outcomes, the researcher opted to employ Tabata technique workouts. The research sought to: create training exercises using the Tabata method for volleyball; determine the impact of using the Tabata method for training students in serving and receiving the ball; and determine which approach was preferable in terms of effect between using the Tabata method and the coach's method for developing the performance of serving and receiving the ball. Regarding study technique and fieldwork, the investigator employed an experimental strategy, creating two equal groups and administering pre- and post-tests to them in order to solve the research topic. For the academic year 2023–2024, fourth-year students from the University of Kufa's College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences were determined to be the research population. With a size of twenty students, the researcher used a straightforward random lottery procedure to choose the primary research sample. As a result, the main research sample consisted of twenty students who were all taken. They were then split into two groups, experimental and control, using a simple random method (lottery), with ten players in each group. Four players were selected for the exploratory experiment from within the community of origin. The research sample's specifications are shown in table (1). The following were the key findings: Members of the experimental group saw an improvement in their performance of the abilities under examination as a result of the Tabata technique workouts.
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