"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2017, Vol. 4, Issue 6, Part C
Effect of eight weeks maximum and dynamic effort training program for improving squat press performanceAuthor(s):
Shashikant Pardeshi and Sunil B DhondageAbstract:
The purpose of this study was to examining the effect of eight weeks maximum and dynamic effort training program for improving Squat press performance. It was an experimental study in which pre-test & post- test non equivalent groups design was used. 30 male Powerlifters mean of age (21.17±2.15) were selected as sample by using simple random sampling technique (N=30) from Aurangabad City. They were equally divided into, Experimental group (n=15) and Control group (n=15). Maximum Strength 1RM Squat press test was conducted on both the groups & collected obtained data. Result shows that data collected was analyzed by using Descriptive Statistics to see the maximum and dynamic effort training program was useful to improve squat press performance. Further data was analyzed by using Independent ‘t’ test the mean score of experimental group of Squat press was M=6.83 kg (±1.65) and control group was M=3.83 kg (±1.50) ‘t’ value was 5.19 which shows the significant difference at 0.05 level thus researcher concludes that there was improvement of performance 1RM Squat press of experimental group as compared to control group due to the treatment given.Pages: 159-161 | 356 Views 8 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Shashikant Pardeshi and Sunil B Dhondage. Effect of eight weeks maximum and dynamic effort training program for improving squat press performance. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2017; 4(6): 159-161.