THE EFFECT OF 9-12 YEARS OLD SWIMMERS ON 50 M FREE TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE BEFORE AND AFTER COVID-19
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Keywords:Covid-19, Swimming, Training
The aim of this study is; It is the study of the effect of the period before and after Covid-19 epidemic breaks on 50 m free technical performances in swimmers. Nineteen amateur swimmers with an average age of 9- 12, who trained at least five days a week in the swimming team in Gümüşhane, participated in the study voluntarily. During this period, athletes were asked to do 45- 60 minutes of exercises every other day with their own body weights and tera band. The normality distribution of the data was determined with the "Shapiro-Wilk" test. As a result of the analysis, it was determined that the distribution of the data was normal. After the isolation period, it was analyzed by using “Paired t test” within the group to determine the difference. The significance level was evaluated according to p <0.05 significance level. As a result, it was determined that the swimmers who could not leave the house due to the restrictions, performed at home with their own body weight and tera tape during the isolation period, prevented performance loss although 50 m free swimming (short distance) did not increase the performance of the athlete.
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