2017, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part E
An analytical study on psychomotor abilities of junior male judokasAuthor(s):
Dr. Yeshbeer SinghAbstract:
The motivation behind this examination was to explore the chosen psychomotor abilities of junior level male judokas. The present examination was led on 30 male judokas from JFI Training Center Gurdaspur, Punjab. The chose subjects were medalists and non-medalists player of state and national level competitions. The medalist players named as Medalist (Group-A; N-15) and the non-medalists players named as Non-Medalist (Group-B; N-15). Two tests were administered and needed trails were given to establish the reliability. The tests are Horizontal Space Test for the assessment of Kinesthetic Perception and Nelson Speed of Movement Test for the assessment of speed of movement. Information in this way, gathered is investigated by using't' test at 0.05 level of noteworthiness. Aftereffects of the present research show that there was an essentialness distinction between Medalist Group and Non-Medalist Group young men player in regard to sensation observation and no huge contrast exist between Medalist Group and Non-Medalist Group in connection to speed of development.Pages: 281-283 | 1012 Views 33 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Yeshbeer Singh. An analytical study on psychomotor abilities of junior male judokas. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(3):281-283.