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Soccer tennis is a sport which appeared in 1922, and in 1940 the first official regulations appeared. It is a sport practiced both individually and as a team, here finding the single, double and triple events, and double and triple mixed events.
Purpose: Our study highlights the aspects of the training programme for worldwide players in soccer tennis from Romania.
Method and instruments for data collection: This study highlights in particular the development of the mobility quality of the force under endurance and agility conditions with the help of the Opto Jump device. It is a complex sport wherein all the muscle groups are involved, technicalâ€“tactical aspects are involved and all mobility qualities are involved: speed (reaction, execution, movement, in force and endurance); force (force-speed and force-resistance); resistance (specific and anaerobic); flexibility and mobility; and coordinating capacity.
Conclusion and recommendation: The specialised literature at national and international levels does not abound in scientific publications about football tennis.
Keywords: Performance, soccer, strength, mobility, agility, training, evaluation
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