2022, Vol. 9, Issue 1, Part G
Impact of various small-sided games with and without ball practices on skill performance variables of women soccer playersAuthor(s):
Immaculate Steffy and Dr. Glory Darling MargretAbstract:
This study was designed to investigate the Impact of various small-sided games with and without ball practices on skill performance variables of women soccer players. To achieve the purpose of this study 90 inter-collegiate women players were randomly selected from Immaculate FC, GSS College for women, and SSS College for women, Chennai. The subjects were randomly assigned into three equal groups (n=30). Group- I underwent various small-sided games with ball practices (SSGWB), Group – II underwent various small-sided games without ball practices (SSGWOB) group-III acted as the control group (CG). The training was given to the experimental groups for 5 days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday) for 12 weeks. The control group was not given any sort of training except their routine work. The skill performance variables were passing and kicking (Sir Bobby Charlton Soccer Test). The data collected from the subjects were statistically analyzed with an 'F' ratio to find out significant improvement if any at a 0.05 level of confidence. The result of Passing and Kicking improved significantly due to the Impact of various small-sided games with and without ball practices, on women soccer players. Limitations of diet, climate, lifestyle status, and previous training. The result of the present study coincides with the findings of the investigation done by different experts in the field of sports sciences. Various small-sided games, with and without ball practices significantly improved the skill performance variables of women soccer players.Pages: 428-432 | 237 Views 57 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Immaculate Steffy, Dr. Glory Darling Margret. Impact of various small-sided games with and without ball practices on skill performance variables of women soccer players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(1):428-432.