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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2020, Vol. 7, Issue 5, Part E

Effects of varied regimens of concurrent resistance and aerobic training on selected skills and performance variables of college volleyball players


Author(s): Dr. M Krishnamoorthi and Dr. A Senthil Kumar

Abstract: In the present world, sport is a sine quo none. Now, it is gaining an immense growth. At present, it has two subdivisions. It is used either for recreation or competition. To achieve top level performance, scientific systematic training is required. Due to scientific developments, the field of sports has gained significance as never before. So, people are ready to select sports as their profession. Due to this free flow of people in sports, the competitive level has become high. In case, an individual wants to establish himself as a professional sportsman, his trained basic skills should be systemized along with technical and tactical skills. The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of varied regimens of concurrent resistance and aerobic training on selected skills and performance variables of college volleyball players. In this study 80 inter collegiate Male volleyball players were selected as subjects, who have entered into the quarter finals among the affiliated colleges of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. Their age ranged from 19 to 25 years. They were randomly divided into four groups of 20 each. The segmented groups were named as concurrent progressive resistance with high intensity interval step aerobics training group, concurrent progressive resistance with high intensity interval run aerobic training group, concurrent sequential resistance with high intensity interval step aerobics training group, the control group was allowed to play their regular volleyball game, but they were not given any treatments. The following statistical techniques were adopted to treat the data in connection with the established hypothesis and objectives of the study. The findings observed on testing the comparison effects of concurrent progressive resistance with high intensity interval step aerobics training group on selected skills and performance variables of college volleyball players significant mean difference was observed. The mean different between pre and post of on selected skills and performance variables namely speed, and agility. Skill performance jump serve was statistically significant. It was concluded that all the three training methods of concurrent progressive resistance preceded with high intensity interval step aerobics training, concurrent progressive resistance preceded with high intensity interval run aerobic training and concurrent sequential resistance with high intensity interval step aerobics training produced significant improvements in the performance of college volleyball players.

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Dr. M Krishnamoorthi, Dr. A Senthil Kumar. Effects of varied regimens of concurrent resistance and aerobic training on selected skills and performance variables of college volleyball players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(5):289-291.
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