"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part G
A comparative study of psychomotor abilities sub-junior, junior and senior levels of women boxersAuthor(s):
Miss Tadang Minu and Dr. Sudarsan BiswasAbstract:
The main purpose of the study was to compare psychomotor abilities among sub- junior, junior and senior level of women boxers. For the purpose of study, Overall 90 boxers, 30 boxers each from sub – junior & junior and senior level boxers of North-East State of Sports Authority of India (SAI) centre those who participated up to National Level. The data was collected through administration of the Nelson Hand and Foot Reaction Time Test developed by Edwin Nelson (1965) to measure the reaction ability.
Statistical Analysis: To find out the significant difference in reaction abilities among the women boxers. The one way ANOVA test was used and level of significant was fixed at 0.05.
Result: The result of the study reveals that there is a significant difference among different levels of women boxers.
Conclusion: Result of the study indicate a low level of psychomotor abilities among sub-junior boxers with a mean value of hand 9.41 hand in reaction time and 8.83 in foot reaction time followed by a mean value of reaction time of 4.68 of hand and 4.76 of foot reaction time among junior level of boxers and with mean value of hand reaction time of 3.72 and foot reaction time of 3.7 among senior boxers. Pages: 400-402 | 633 Views 18 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Miss Tadang Minu and Dr. Sudarsan Biswas. A comparative study of psychomotor abilities sub-junior, junior and senior levels of women boxers. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(5): 400-402.