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Extraction of some pharmacy kinetic variants using an adjuvant designed for the development of the posterior aerodynamic cornea on the parallel device of the Junior Technician

Author: DR. RIYADH, AB. FARHAN, PROF. DR. FERDOUS M AMEEN, WASEEM SAAD NSAIF
Abstract: The problem of the research crystallized in two questions: First,Lack of dependence on the mechanical side in the process of training to develop performance players because the kinematic aspect of the most important goals are the diagnosis of weaknesses and strength and processing to achieve performance for the better. Second, the lack of use of assistive devices has affected the development of performance. These devices play a large and fundamental role in the fragmentation of movement. This contributes to facilitating the performance of the technical stages of the movement, which in turn helps the players to develop mobility and thus achieve better performance through the development of movement sections. In the complex movements and movements of the return and return to the device, such as parallel devices and Akala, through the tangible viewing of the possibilities of training abroad and the many auxiliary devices in the gymnasium and the lack of auxiliary devices in our gymnasium. Search Target: - Knowledge of the effect of some pharmacokinetic variables using the auxiliary device for the development and the rear airbag on the parallel device of men in the technical gymnastic. Force search: - There are statistically significant differences in the auxiliary system used to develop some of the biomechanical variables and the rear air force on the parallel device. The researchers used the experimental approach of one group to suit the nature of problem solving, for the youth group of (6) players, using the statistical bag (SPSS) to process the data. The most important conclusions reached by researchers are Opening the knee angle during the weighted phase with the bar level helped the player to give an ideal horizontal distance. Reducing the hip angles during the lap phase helps the player to overcome the torque of the inertia and increase the speed of rotation in the circular movements.
Keyword: bio kinematics, peripheral airway, parallel device for men.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.072
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