2014, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A
Effect of Six Weeks Training on the Physical Fitness Performance of Girls (U-14 to 16 Years) Hockey Players of Panipat.Author(s):
The aim of the present study was to find out the effect of six weeks training on the physical fitness test performance of girls under 14 to 16 years hockey players of Panipat, Haryana, India. To achieve the aim of the study total 35 girls state level performer was selected on a random basis. The age limit of the subjects was from 14 to 16 years. To investigate the effect of six weeks training on physical fitness, AAHPER physical fitness test was administered to the subjects. Further the subjects were given training for six weeks during the morning and evening sessions. After the training, physical fitness is again measured in terms of performance of the players in all the five physical fitness tests used in pre-training condition. Thus the performance of subjects pre and post training are taken to evaluate the physical fitness. ‘ t ‘ test was applied to the analysis data. The level of significance judged at 0.05 level. Results showed that the significant difference was found in 50 mt. dash, sit and reach, flexed arm hang, 12 min. cooper run and walk test except agility. Hence there is a significant effect of six weeks physical fitness training on the performance of girls players under 14 to 16 years of Panipat. It is concluded that physical training must be given by coaches to hockey players to improve the quantities such as speed, flexibility, agility, strength & endurance to achieve excellence in sports.Pages: 06-08 | 1521 Views 46 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Mahipal. Effect of Six Weeks Training on the Physical Fitness Performance of Girls (U-14 to 16 Years) Hockey Players of Panipat.. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2014;1(2):06-08.