Synergy Sense – Kinetic (SMC) Using(VTSS.S) and Its Relationship to The accuracy of The Landslide and Straight Punching Performance in Volleyball

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Dr. Jinan Naji Zwayen

Abstract

The research included the introduction and the importance of the research, as the researcher touched on the role of
sensory-motor coordination (SMC) using (VTSS.S), an important role in mastering and developing basic skills in many sports
and sports events, including volleyball, which is one of these important processes that work On the success of the application
of various skills, it also helps to develop quick solutions for individual and group skills. The skill of crushing beating is one of
the skills that require compatibility between hands, eyes and feet. The importance of the research came through emphasizing
the role of sensory-motor compatibility exercises (SMC) for the purpose of teaching and developing them in a good and correct
manner using the Vienna System (VTSS.S) with the aim of developing the accuracy of performing some diagonal and straight
smash hits. The aim of the research is to identify the relationship between sensory-motor compatibility (SMC) and
concentration of attention and the accuracy of the high crushing method (diagonal and rectilinear), and the research community
consisted of students of the fourth stage in the College of Physical Education - University of Baghdad, whose number is (229)
students. The researcher conducted a lottery process to select (40) students randomly. The high smash hit test, the sensorymotor
compatibility test (SMC) and the numbered circuit test were conducted in the indoor hall of the volleyball court at the
College of Physical Education, and the researcher reached several results, including:
The researcher reached recommendations, including emphasizing the use of synergy-sense-kinesthetic exercises (SMC), in
terms of the Vienna system, because it helps in developing the compatibility of the eye, hand and leg to develop the sensekinesthetic
synergy (SMC) for students of the Faculty of Physical Education. The researcher recommended several
recommendations to emphasize the use of Sense-Motor Synergy (SMC) exercises, in terms of the Vienna System, because it
helps in developing the compatibility of the eye, hand and leg to develop Sense-kinesthetic synergy (SMC) for students of the
Faculty of Physical Education.

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