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There are many differences for athletes with disabilities, including the category of short stature, category (40), whose height does not exceed (125-130) cm, and the length of the limbs of their body is shorter compared to the specifications of healthy athletes. The importance of the research lies in the use of compound exercises that serve the physical aspects of the effectiveness of pushing the weight for the category of short stature in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses, not the technical performance of this activity in order to modify them using compound exercises and thus develop their technical performance. The results that will be reached are considered as foundations to be relied upon by the trainers and those interested in training or practicing this activity, and the problem of the research was in the weakness of some of the physical abilities of the weightlifting players, the category of short stature, and their development during the preparation of complex exercises by the researcher to achieve the best achievement. The research is the preparation of complex exercises to develop rapid strength and achieve the weight-push class (40 F) for the national team players in athletics for the disabled, And to identify the effect of the use of compound exercises to develop quick strength and achieve the weight pushing category (40 F) for the national team players in athletics for the disabled, and the research hypothesis was that there were statistically significant differences between the pre and posttest for the development of quick strength and the achievement of pushing the weight category (40 F) for the team players The national athletics team for the disabled, and the researcher used the experimental method in a one-group style, and the research community was the research community. The researcher chose the research community in a deliberate way, and they represent the weightlifting players of the category (F40) in the national team in athletics for the disabled, and the number of them is two players, who represent the original community by (100%). The most important conclusions were that the compound exercises prepared by the researcher contributed to the development of the rapid strength of the arms and legs of the national team players in athletics for the disabled.
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