The Effects of Dynamic Warm Up with and without Ball on Passing Performance and Drippling in Soccer

Nurten Dinç


Introduction and Aim: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of mass warm-up specific to sports branch and dynamic warm-up on pass performance and dribbling in soccer.

Method: The study was conducted on soccer team competing in amateur league. A total of 10 volunteers without any health problems and disabilities participated in the study. The participants performed two different warm-up protocols; namely dynamic warming and branch specific warming. Participants performed two warm-up protocols in 15 minutes. Following the warm-up protocols, the participants applied pass test and drippling. Intergroup analysis Wilcoxon signed rank test was applied in order to observe the effects of dynamic warm-up and branch specific warm-up of the participants on pass test and ball dribbling.

Findings and Conclusion: Comparing the effects of branch-specific warm-up and dynamic warm-up on pass test, it has been observed that there is a positively and statistically significant difference in branch-specific warm-up compared to dynamic warm-up (p<0.05). No statistically significant difference has been observed on ball dribbling performance when comparing the warm-up protocols (p>0.05).

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