2015, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part F
Study of high and low endurance performance hockey players in relation to their skin fold measurements and body compositionAuthor(s):
Dr. Ranbir SinghAbstract:
The study highlights the comparison between skin fold and body composition of low and high endurance performance hockey players. The study consisted of 30 high and 30 low endurance hockey players selected as subjects, data was collected through standardized Instruments and after collection of data mean, Standard deviation and t-ratio was used. The results of the study shows that high level endurance performance players found to possess lesser amount of thickness of biceps, triceps, thigh, calf and equal amount of thickness of sub-scapular, supra-illiac skin fold as compared to low endurance performance hockey players. Further, it reveals that high endurance performance hockey players have more body density, fat weight lean body mass and less percentage fat as compared to the low endurance performance hockey players.Pages: 359-361 | 1046 Views 41 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Ranbir Singh. Study of high and low endurance performance hockey players in relation to their skin fold measurements and body composition. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;2(2):359-361.