The Level of Mindfulness, Hand-eye Coordination and Strength among Elite Fencers

Mousa Ahamad, Bilal Saada, Qusai Alshamaileh, Mahmoud Abusamra, Aida A. Al-Awamleh

Abstract


The present study aimed to investigate the strength level of mindfulness and hand-eye coordination among elite fencers, also to determine whether the gender differences in mindfulness were existed, The subjects of this study consisted of sixteen elite fencers, Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) Arabic version used to assess mindfulness (FFMQ), also handgrip dynamometer to assess strength and Hand-eye coordination manual dexterity to measure hand-eye coordination.

The research used the steadiness toaster, hold type model 32011 to assess eye - hand coordination.

The participants Study sample consists of sixteen national fencers (Jordanian National Team), aged between (14-23) years. The results indicated that the level of mindfulness was moderated and there is no statistically significant relationship between strength, Mindfulness and hand-eye coordination. Furthermore, gender differences were observed regarding strength.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v14n4p65

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