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This study touched on several axes, including the introduction to the research and the importance of using specialized exercises using the (TABATA) method, as researchers see that it affects the speed of the nerve signal, in addition to developing the maximum strength and achieving the snatch lift for weightlifters. As for the research problem: that the nature of performance in the effectiveness of lifting weights is characterized by strength and speed, and this is what makes the player need a great deal of physical integration in addition to functional integration because it requires great muscle capacity and speed in the delivery of nerve signals in order to achieve performance with speed and fluidity, and through the researchers' personal experience they noticed there is a slow movement in the skill of kidnapping, and therefore this negatively affects competition and achieving titles, the researchers believe that the reason for this is the lack of use of modern training methods, including the (TABATA) method, which is one of the methods that raise the body's ability to its maximum limits, as it uses muscle strength and speed, and is a challenge to the two energy systems (ATP, CP, LA), as it is believed researchers that it will contribute to the development of nerve signal speed and maximum strength and achievement of snatching leverage for young weightlifters. Through the foregoing, the research problem can be summarized by the following question: Does the use of specialized exercises using the method of metabolic adaptation (TABATA) have a positive effect on the speed of nerve signaling, maximum strength and the achievement of snatching lift for young weight players. The aim of the research was to: Prepare specialized exercises in the (TABATA) method for young weight players, as well as to identify the effect of specialized exercises using the (TABATA) method on the speed of the nerve signal and some special abilities and to achieve the lifting of the snatch for young weight players. (TABATA) effect on neural signal speed, maximum strength and snatch lifting achievement for young weightlifters, as for the place of conducting exercises and field experiments, they chose researchers (Imam Ali Youth Forum) to be a place for their work, in addition to choosing the players of the Solidarity Club for Youth to be a sample for their work, and the time for conducting the research was limited to the time period from 10/7/2020 until 22 / 3/2021. The researchers used the experimental method to solve the research problem, and on the research community, the research community was defined by the 6 participating youth sports club players, who were fully chosen by the researcher, after that, the group members underwent training that included the use of specialized exercises in a (TABATA) method, and after eight weeks, post-tests were conducted, and then the data was processed using the appropriate statistical methods. As for the most important conclusions, they were: The specialized exercises that were applied in the (TABATA) method helped in the development of maximum strength (the maximum strength of the arms, the maximum strength of the trunk, the maximum strength of the two legs), as well as that the development of the level of the nerve signal of the target muscles led to the development of the level of achievement of the snatching lift. As for the most important recommendations, they were: Researchers recommend coaches for teams in sports institutions in youth and sports, coaches for clubs and national teams, to use specialized exercises in the (TABATA) method because of their positive impact on players, researchers also recommend the adoption of exercises and the approach prepared by the researcher as basic data when training players weight lifting .