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Volume 10, Issue 3 (6-2012)

Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of basketball specific and general training on physical and physiological fitness in male basketball players trained. Methodology: The statistical population of this research was 18 basketball players trained invited to Asad Abad preparation camp. 12 players out of the total number participated in this study were ranked by fitness level and randomly assigned to a specific (N=6) and general training groups (N=6). Each player completed a special questionnaire to be healthy during the study period. The specific and general training groups have performed the trainings in interval model three sessions per week for 6 weeks; each session was 40 minutes. Results: Cohen’s effect coefficient percent and independent samples t-test were used to analyze the data collected in pre-test and post-test. Significant differences were shown in aerobic power, feet explosive power, fatigue index, fatigue percentage, maximum anaerobic power, mean anaerobic power, and running sprint (P≤0/05). There were no significant differences in maximum running sprint; total time repeated running sprint ability, minimum anaerobic power, agility, and distance running (P≤0/05). Conclusion: The results of this study have suggested that the basketball movement specific training circuit should be used to improve aerobic power, fatigue index, and fatigue percentage. Also, classical training has suggested in order improving feet explosive power, maximum anaerobic power, means anaerobic power, and running sprint.

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