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2020, Vol. 7, Issue 2, Part E

Comparison of selected motor fitness components among selected female sport groups


Author(s): Badal Kumar Jana

Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to compare the Selected Motor fitness components among different Selected Match Practice groups. For achieve the purpose fifty female students from LNIPE Gwalior, MP, were selected as the subject. All subjects were practicing regularly and related from different team games like Hockey, Football, volleyball, basketball and handball, who had participated in Inter-university and as well as in state championship were selected as the subject for this study. Their age ranged from 18 to 27 year old, the study was confined to the selected Motor fitness components namely Endurance, Strength, and Agility. The data of selected subject for Motor fitness components (Endurance, Strength, and Agility) were recorded by different measures, for Endurance, Strength and Agility, data were observed by performing the 12 min run/walk, Dynamometer and Shuttle Run.
The analysis of data reveals that there is insignificant difference in Strength between different match practice groups were obtained. The insignificant difference may be due to the type of test selected. Usually hockey players, football players, volleyball players, basketball players and handball players are employ same type of Strength of movement while taking part in a game. A significant difference in Endurance between hockey and football, hockey and volleyball, hockey and basketball, hockey and handball, football and volleyball, football and basketball, football and handball, volleyball and basketball, volleyball and handball and basketball and handball were obtained. An insignificant difference in Agility between hockey and handball was also obtained.


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Badal Kumar Jana. Comparison of selected motor fitness components among selected female sport groups. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(2):293-296.

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