2017, Vol. 4 Issue 4, Part H
The selected motor fitness variable leg explosive strength as predictor of playing ability of women volleyball players
Author(s): Aasma A Pttewale and Dr. KP Martin
Abstract: There are many different manifestations of fitness. Some examples include strength, stamina, speed, and flexibility. Certain types of fitness, such as an athlete’s cardiac fitness level, are more important than others. An athlete needs to be aware of the various types of fitness to develop an effective training program that focuses on weak or important areas. Motor Fitness refers to the ability of an athlete to perform successfully at their sport. The components of motor fitness are At a Mintonette exhibition game in 1896, an observer named Alfred Halstead noted that the players were "volleying" the ball back and forth, from then on the game was named "Volley ball". Originally, the game was "volley ball" with two separate words, but "volley ball" slowly became one word. The game quickly spread around the US via branches of the YMCA in dozens of other states and cities around the United States. In the year 1900, a new ball was customized and made specifically for use in the game of volleyball.
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Aasma A Pttewale and Dr. KP Martin. The selected motor fitness variable leg explosive strength as predictor of playing ability of women volleyball players. 2017; 4(4): 464-467.