"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 5, Part D
Effect of circuit training on speed, agility and endurance among Physical Education StudentsAuthor(s):
Ishfaq Rashid Naik and Dr. Ramneek JainAbstract:
History shows evidence that interval training, fartlek training and repetition running were used as conditioning factors to improve speed, agility and endurance. Now-a-days circuit training was divided to improve strength and endurance used almost in all track and field events and games to improve the strength and endurance of the players. The Researcher was interested in conducting a study to find out, if there was significant effect on speed, agility and endurance among physical education students through circuit training. Forty male subjects from GDC Boys Anantnag were selected at random as the subjects for the study. During the pre-test period, the subjects were asked to do 50 yard dash, SEMO agility and 12 minute run walk and their initial performance was recorded. Then the group was administered the programmed of circuit training, for a period of six weeks. Selected exercises were regularly done in the morning, there circuits a day and thrice in a week. At the end of the experimental period of six weeks, again the subjects were asked to do 50 yard dash, SEMO agility and endurance and their final performance was recorded.Pages: 220-223 | 291 Views 23 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Ishfaq Rashid Naik, Dr. Ramneek Jain. Effect of circuit training on speed, agility and endurance among Physical Education Students. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(5):220-223.