2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part F
Effect of anaerobic interval training on selected biomotor and skill performance variables among hockey playersAuthor(s):
T Satheeskumar and Dr. E Simson JesudassAbstract:
The anaerobic interval training uses the anaerobic system to access energy stored in muscles for use in short bursts of effort. Although the anaerobic system does not use oxygen, the build-up of lactic acid produced by the anaerobic system requires oxygen to it break down. Present are different sports training that aspire at improving sports performance through physical, physiological, psychological, social, rational and ethical aspects thus contributing to development of all-round personality of the player. Researchers have proved the need for both high and low-intensity activities is more efficient to ensure the reduction of a greater number of cardiac risk variables, especially for games like Hockey. To discover the effect of anaerobic interval training, the researcher selected 40 intercollegiate level Hockey players who were randomly divided into two groups. One group formed the investigational group and the other group was control group. The experimental group was given anaerobic interval training for six weeks, consisting of speed endurance exercises, fartlek exercises, sprint intervals and stair stepper exercises and the control group was not provided with any investigational treatment. Initial scores on selected bio motor variables, agility and cardio-vascular endurance, skill performance variables, ability hitting, dribbling ability of the subjects were collected using standard tests. The results proved those six weeks anaerobic Interval training significantly improved bio motor and, skill performance variables. It was concluded that anaerobic interval training can be imparted to intercollegiate level Hockey playersPages: 330-333 | 1143 Views 25 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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T Satheeskumar, Dr. E Simson Jesudass. Effect of anaerobic interval training on selected biomotor and skill performance variables among hockey players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(5):330-333.