2018, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Part A
Effect of mobility training on selected bio-motor variables among kabaddi playersAuthor(s):
M Nataraj and Dr. R JagatheshanAbstract:
The aim of this study is to find out the effect of mobility training on selected bio-motor variables among kabaddi players. To execute the training for professional kabaddi players were selected studying in colleges, according to inclusion and exclusion criteria. The age group was ranged from 17-21 years. Approval and written consent was taken from each player for the study. The players were further divided into two groups: control group and experimental groups. In control group (N=15 players) where they did not participated in any activity and in experimental group (N=15 players) who underwent mobility training for Alternative 3 days/weeks, 6 weeks. The outcome measure for both the groups was speed 50 meter dash and agility shuttle run and ‘t’ test. The outcome measures of both the group were taken before and after training session. The collected data was statistically analyzed by paired ‘t’ test and. From the result of the statistic, the speed and agility performance of the experimental group with ‘t’ value is 0.05 considered extremely significant. From the result of the study, it was found that there was significant improvement on speed and agility performance of the experimental group when compared to the control group.Pages: 01-03 | 901 Views 83 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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M Nataraj, Dr. R Jagatheshan. Effect of mobility training on selected bio-motor variables among kabaddi players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(3):01-03.