"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Part D
Effect of neuromotor facilitatory training and core training on static balance of athletic performance in young adultsAuthor(s):
Ranga Venkata Rama Rao and Dr. PPS Paul KumarAbstract:
The method by which athletes are selected for a team can have a significant impact on that team's success. In the past, decisions have been made based largely on judgments of an individual's physical characteristics with little attention given to the psychological factors that contribute to athletic success. The purpose of the study was used to find out the effect of neuromotor facilitatory training and core training on static balnce of athletic performance in young adults. For this purpose, pre- test post-test random group design was followed in this research. Subjects, college students were randomly selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria were divided into three groups, namely, experimental group I, experimental group II and control group consisting of 20 subjects in each group. Experimental group I underwent 8 weeks neuromotor facilitary training, experimental group II underwent core training for eight weeks and the control group was kept strictly under control and not involved in any special activities. Prior to experimental treatment, all the subjects were measured of selected variables, namely, determinants of athletic performance, balance (static, dynamic), Scores on completion of experimental treatment on 2nd
weeks were collected After the experimental treatment for a period of eight weeks the subjects were measured on the criterion variables, which formed the final scores. The difference between the initial and final means was considered as the effects of neuromotor facilitatory training and core training on determinants of athletic performance. The obtained data were subjected to statistical analysis using ANCOVA to compare the initial and final scores. The results and discussions presented in the previous chapter proved that neuromotor facilitation training and core training contributed for athletic performance determinants, speed, stride length, stride frequency, EC static balance, EC dynamic balance and agility compared to control group.Pages: 223-225 | 21 Views 1 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Ranga Venkata Rama Rao and Dr. PPS Paul Kumar. Effect of neuromotor facilitatory training and core training on static balance of athletic performance in young adults. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2020; 7(4): 223-225.