"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part D
Comparision of dynamic push- up training and plyometric push-up training on upper body performance test in cricket PlayerAuthor(s):
Pankaj Kumar Singh Vishen, Siddhartha SenAbstract:
Introduction: Plyometrics, however, are now being used during the final stages of sports rehabilitation to assure an adequate preparation of an athlete's muscle power functions and performance skills for the demands of their specific sportrnPurpose of the study: to compare the effect of dynamic push-up training and plyometric push-up training on the performance of upper body. rnMethodology: Thirty six healthy professional male athletes (cricket players) were recruited randomly and assigned to the dynamic push-up group (group A) and the plyometric push-up group (group B). One arm hop test and Medicine ball put test were used to measure the improvement in performance. Both groups were participated in the study three days in a week for six weeks and completed 18 training sessions, at a frequency of 3 sessions per week and with an interval of at least 48 hours between sessions.rnResults: paired sample t-test within Group between Pre & post one arm hop test of right side showed significant difference. Paired sample t test was used to compare the data between the groups of one arm hop test showed no significance differences. rnConclusion: It was concluded from this study that Dynamic Push-Up Training and Plyometric Push-Up Training, both are effective for improvement of upper body performance.Pages: 199-203 | 892 Views 13 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Pankaj Kumar Singh Vishen, Siddhartha Sen. Comparision of dynamic push- up training and plyometric push-up training on upper body performance test in cricket Player. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2015; 2(1): 199-203.