Mindfulness inthe past decade has enjoyed a huge surge in its popularity, whether in popularpress or in the psychotherapy literature (Didonna, 2009a; Shapiro & Carlson, 2009).Mindfulness ofthe sport performance in the last period has become one of the popular research. By increasingthe critical component of peak sport performance , awareness , (Jackson &Csikszentmihalyi, 1999; Ravizza, 2002), some of the researches have suggestedthat mindfulness exercises may help to generate flow or state of the completefocusing on the task or event at hand. (Aherne, Moran, & Lonsdale, 2011;Kee & Wang, 2008). Gnardner and Moore (2012) mentioned thathypothesized that mindfulness – based interventions for sports are effectivefor the reason that they help athletes to direct their attention to the currentathletic task, while when minimizing external distractions. Brown and Ryan(2003) mentioned that they found that the increase of mindfulness psychologicalwill – being by the increase of awareness of one’s current experience ( The similaritiesof mindfulness to other psychotherapy – related constructs as an examplemindfulness is similar to metallizaion (Bateman & Fonagy, 2004, 2006;Fonagy & Bateman, 2008), the development of the process of understandingone’s own and others behavior in terms of the individuals’ feelings, thoughts ,and the desires to both constructs emphasize the temporary, the subjective andthe fluid nature of the mental states and both of them are thought to influencethe effect of regulation and the cognitive flexibility (Wallin, 2007) Five of thefacets of the mindfulness are : the first point is that the observing thatrefers to noticing , sensing to thee experience which occurred in current timesuch as the thoughts and emotions.
The second element is the describing , whichrefers to labeling the internal experience with words. Lebow, J. (2008).
Thethird point is the acting with the awareness, that involves focusing on personsactivities at a certain moment as it opposed the mechanical behaving. Thefourth element is the non-judging of inner experience that refers to the takingof a non – evaluative stance toward theprivate experience. The fifth point is the non – reactivity of the innerexperience that refers to noticing thoughts and feelings without showing areaction toward them ( Baer, et al.
, 2006).Thecoordination of the hand – eye is used in many sports activities; especially insports like fencing. It’s a great sport which can improve the hand – eyecoordination (Kogler (2005) he explained that Fencing sport is one of thecomlex sports also he explained that a good fencing performance can be achievedby advance perceptual and cognitive abilities like attention of thecoordination , making of decision andvisuospatial memory. Fencing needs the coordination between the hands, the feet and the eyes. The side congruency of the hand and eyepreference is considered as an essential for efficient hand – eye coordinationwhich contains sighting and aiming.
The researches have found that theincidence of the left – eydness was 47% for the group that threw it with byusing their right hand and wrote by their left hand but the rate was 55% forthe group that threw it with their left hand and wrote with their right hand . PoracC. (2016 ).