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- ItemThe Relationship Among Proposed Field Anaerobic Work Tests For Physical Education Students(2011) Ali Abed Al-raheem Qadoumi; Prof. Imad Saleh Abed Al-haqThe purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship among proposed field anaerobic work tests for physical education students in An-Najah National University. The purposive sample consisted of (40) students who are studying gymnastics course (1). The means of (age, height, weight, and body mass index) were respectively (20.35 yr, 176.20 cm, 72.22 kg, and 23.32 kg/m²).The researcher carried out anaerobic power tests (vertical jump, long jump, triple jump, sprint 30 m, sprint 60 m, sprint 90 m & step 15 s) and capacity tests (sprint 200 m, sprint 400 m & step 60 s) on the sample. The researcher used (Sayers and et al, 1999) equation as criteria to predict the measurement of anaerobic power and used (Adams, 1990) equation as criteria to predict the measurement of anaerobic capacity. The results indicated that the level of anaerobic power and capacity were high, so that the values of anaerobic power and capacity were respectively (4143.15 watt, 2061.53 kg.m/min). Also, the results indicated that there were a positive relationship between anaerobic power tests, the correlation range from (0.32 –0.82), so that the best correlation anaerobic power tests was between vertical jump and Sayers and et al, equation (0.70). On the other hand the results indicated that there was a positive relationship between anaerobic capacity tests, the correlation between 200 m sprint and 400 m sprint was (0.70), and between 200 m sprint and Adams step equation was (0.32). Furthermore, the results of simple regression (R2) revealed the following two equations of anaerobic power and capacity: anaerobic power (watt)=(1861.798)+ [(vertical jump cm) × (45.220)].(R2 = 0.669). anaerobic capacity (watt)=(3330.958)+ [( 200 m sprint sec) × (-41.814)].(R2 = 0.313). Based on the study findings the researcher recommended to generalize these results to Palestinian universities, sport clubs, physical fitness centers, sport federations, and physical education teachers, in order to use it as criteria for measuring anaerobic power and capacity. Keywords: Anaerobic System, Anaerobic Power, Anaerobic Capacity.