Jordanian Educational Journal


This study aimed at identifying the common pains and the varying rate of strength of the rear thigh muscles compared to the front thigh muscles for football and athletics Players. The study sample consisted of (93) individuals. The questionnaire was used as a tool to collect the study data. The results of the study revealed that the knee-related injuries of football players and sports games were concentrated in musculoskeletal inflammation followed by cervical cartilage injury، followed by anterior cruciate ligament rupture، retinal ligament rupture، and lower bone infection.

The results also indicated that individuals in the study sample had poor muscular balance. The study recommended the need to recognize the risk factors resulting from the difference in the rate of strength of the opposite muscles and their role in causing pain and injury by the trainers.

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