A brief summary of the research
The effect of training with rubber balls on the concentration of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) in the blood plasma
Karzan Salah El-Din Baez 1, Prof. Dr. Safa El-Din Taha Muhammad Ali El-Haggar 2
College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ Salahaddin University/ Erbil 1
College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ Salahaddin University/ Erbil 2
(1 Safaalhajar@yahoo.com, 2 email@example.com)
Abstract: The study aimed to prepare a curriculum for training with rubber balls for public health practitioners. The researchers hypothesized that there are statistically significant differences in the percentage of LDL concentration in the pre and post tests, as well as there are differences in the percentage of LDL concentration between the control and experimental groups in the concentration of Low-density lipoprotein LDL. The researcher used the experimental method in the manner of two equal groups, and a pre-measurement of lipoprotein was conducted, then the work began with training with rubber balls for a period of (12) weeks and at a rate of (3) training units per week, then the post-test was conducted for the control and experimental groups, and the researcher reached the following conclusions:
1- Exercises with rubber balls caused a significant decrease in the concentration of LDL in the blood plasma of the experimental group.
2- The exercises carried out by the control group caused a decrease in the concentration of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) in the blood plasma.
3- The experimental group that trained with rubber balls outperformed the control group in the concentration of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) in the blood plasma.
Key words: rubber balls, low density lipoproteins (LDL), blood plasma.