University Professor - Individual Games Department-College of Physical Education and Sports Science for Women
Physical Education and Sports Science college for Women-University of Baghdad
Name: ABEER DAKHIL HATEM AL-SELMI
Date of Birth:9/1/1971
No. of children:4
Major field: physical education
Exact specialized Field: training physiology / Racket games
Occupation: College professor
Position: Head of Psychological Counseling Unit and Educational Guidance Unit and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Modern Sports
Scientific Degree: Assistant Prof
Work Address:University of Baghdad: College of physical education and sport sciences for Women
Degree University College Ranking Date Master’s Thesis Title
Bachelor’s Baghdad Physical education for girls Third 30/06/1992
Master’s Baghdad Physical education First 22/09/2005 The effect of plyometrics and weight training methods on developing explosive strength and distinctive strength for female handball players
Thesis Baghdad Physical education for girls Second 20/09/2010 The effect of a training cu
Sports physiology, sports training, racket games, sports psychology, swimming
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the predominant pathological conditions in the majority of women.Which results from endocrine disorders. Approximately 6-10% of women of childbearing age suffer from this at ages (12-45%), which results in a lack or loss of fertility in females, due to an increase in androgens in women, which leads to a lack of ovulation and an increase in body weight and the emergence of obesity, and thus will lead to irregular or interrupted menstruation. (Stadnicka G.& etal:2015) Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors, and obesity is one of the risk factors for developing it, in addition to lack of movement and the presence of similar cases in the family. The diagnosis of PCOS depends on two of three things that can be found in the syndrome, anovulation, and an increase in the level of androgens. And ovarian cysts, which can be detected by ultrasound, and that PCOS has no specific treatment, and tre
New sports training methods
Aaya Nasir Mohsin and Abeer Dakhil Hatem Al-Selmi Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Murcia
This study aimed to prepare a program (physical-nutritional) for women with polycystic ovary, as well as to identify the effect of this program on some body measurements and the incidence of polycystic ovarian syndrome in the research sample. A total of 12 women (aged 20-25 years) with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) participated in the randomized controlled trial design. They were divided equally into two groups (experimental and control group). The experimental group received the physical-nutritional program accompanying the treatment program, while the control group received only the instructions of the specialist doctor and the treatment program prepared by them. The two researchers applied their nutritional program over a period of two months and a day. As for the physical program, it was applied by 3 units per week, for a period of two months, which included a set of aerobic exercises. The assessments were done using the ultrasound assessment for radiographic examination and other body measurements such as BMI (Body Mass Index). The statistical analysis was carried out using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 25. The results of the current study showed that there were statistically significant differences between pre and post-test results of the experimental and control group for the study variables, in favor of the post-test (p < 0.05). Statistically significant differences were also found between the post-test score averages of the experimental and the control group, in favor of the experimental group (p < 0.05). In conclusion, diet helps to improve the work of vital organizations by targeting insulin resistance to reduce it, as it is one of the indicators that works to increase polycystic ovaries. About sports activities, they contribute to the regulation of the hormonal system and in this way reduce the incidence of PCOS.
Abeer Dakhil Hatem Al-Selmi, Falih Hashim Fenjan, and Saif Abbas Jihad Al-Rubaye Universidad de Alicante
Set dietary program for some of dietary supplements and training for badminton young players, and identifying effect of taking some of the dietary supplementary for badminton young players. The research population :( badminton young players group (Arminian club). For age group (16-18) years the sample is divided in to two experimental groups within each group (6) players, and two for the exploratory experiment which was within the research sample, they were divided in to two groups, the first group take some of the dietary supplements (multivitamin creating) .the set exercises by the researchers in the main part of the training unit and the second group (amino acids, vitamins) and the set exercises by the researcher. The scientific approach :( the experimental approach to design the two groups of the pre and posttests). The measurement instruments: physical tests for the explosive power and the power characteristic by speed for the two arms and the legs, besides, the smash shot), after applying the pre-tests, and applying the muscular ability, then applying the exercises for two months set by the researcher. The statistical processing :( the mean was used and the standard deviation and torsion for the one sample, and (t ) test for two independent samples).The research results: ( using the exercises and some of the dietary supplements have positive effect on improving some of the physical abilities, speed and accuracy of smash shot skill for badminton young players).The researcher recommends: (depending exercises accompanying with the dietary supplements for badminton young players of age group(16-18) years by the trainers and using dietary supplements with training and contests to retain the player's energy.
Abeer Dakhil Hatem Al-Selmi, Suad Sabti Al-Shawi, and Shilan Hussein Mohammed Universidad de Alicante
The current study problem can be described in the form of the following question and the following sub-questions as follows: What is the effect of continuous training in Mayoklobin muscle and on some of the special fitness elements and basic skills of badminton players? The following questions stem from this question:1. myoglobin level in muscles?2. What is the level of some fitness elements for badminton players?3. What is the basic skills level of badminton players?. The current research aims to prepare continuous training exercises for the research sample, to identify the effect of continuous training method in the level of muscle myoglobin in the development of certain elements of special fitness and basic skills of badminton players. Methodology: The researchers used the experimental approach in designing the one group with the tribal and remote tests. The research sample consisted of badminton players in the youth club of the At huri Club. The team consisted of (12) players, (2) player for the exploratory experiment, Explosive force (two men) Agility, Flexibility Technical tests Massive strike, front impact, rear strike.1. The researcher’s concluded.2. The results showed that the level of myoglobin in the muscles within the normal limits when using the method of continuous training of badminton players.3. Exercise according to the continuous training method has led to the development of some special fitness elements and basic skills of badminton players. Recommend the researchers: to circulate the results of the current study on the sports teams participating in the league in badminton.