"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2020, Vol. 7, Issue 6, Part C
Effects of lower body plyometric training in young Kashmiri female volleyball playersAuthor(s):
Towseef Ahmad and Dr. Ramneek JainAbstract:
According to the findings of current study, CVJ-L, CVJ-R, RBJ, SLJ, and T agility test performance increase from pre-test to post-test for both UP and BP, but there are no significant differences between groups. Significant interaction effects are observed for the CVJ-R, RBJ, and T agility test, indicating that from pre-test to post-test the UP has greater improvement than the CON, according to the line graphs. The CVJ and SJ do not differ among types of training or from pre-test to post-test. It can be concluded that both unilateral and bilateral training are effective on improving most of the performance outcomes, but one program is not significantly better than the other in improving the jump ability and agility performance. The results from the current study indicate the effectiveness of unilateral and bilateral plyometric training on lower body power. Increase in lower body power may potentially improve overall volleyball performance by enhancing the jump ability and agility performance.Pages: 151-156 | 90 Views 7 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Towseef Ahmad, Dr. Ramneek Jain. Effects of lower body plyometric training in young Kashmiri female volleyball players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(6):151-156.