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The effect of football basic technical training using unilateral leg on bilateral leg transfer in male children
Journal of Physical Education
This experiment investigted transfer of skills from dominant leg limb to non-dominant leg limb and vice versa in dribbling with the ball, juggling and passing/shooting technics of soccer for inexperienced male children. 24 male student age of 10 years from 3th grade who have not involved in a football club as a player. In football basic technical practices, dominant leg (DL) group just used their dominand leg/foot, and non-dominant leg (NDL) group just used their non-dominant leg/foot. Practicedoi:10.4025/jphyseduc.v31i1.3164 fatcat:k4u5wm4bfrfhlf2rbjajf2xn54