"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2022, Vol. 9, Issue 2, Part A
Normal grievances and their deterrence in Kabaddi game: A reviewAuthor(s):
Dr. Vishvnath KodapeAbstract:
Kabaddi is an exceptionally popular and antiquated National game that started in India. Kabaddi is a round of speed, strength, endurance and readiness. Because of the aggressive idea of Kabaddi, there is high pervasiveness of wounds. The reason for the review is to give a complete writing audit on normal wounds in Kabaddi and their preventive measures. A writing audit was led using the accompanying information bases of MEDLINE, Science immediate, The Web of Science, PubMed, SPORT Discus and Google Scholar with utilizing of following catchphrases in blends: Kabaddi, Kabaddi contest, wounds, the study of disease transmission, causes and counteraction. A sum of thirteen examinations were broke down as indicated by normal wounds and preventive measures in Kabaddi. The investigations distributed from 2000 to the long stretch of March 2020 were remembered for this audit. The current proof showed that Kabaddi is a game which is profoundly inclined to wounds. Knee wounds were viewed as extremely normal in Kabaddi players followed by the lower leg. It was observed that there is an incredible job of mouthguards and improvement in playing method in anticipation of injury. There is an absence of epidemiological studies and anticipation procedures in the Indian setting in this game. Hence injury avoidance techniques are expected to be carried out and incorporated for an effective games security system. More epidemiological investigates are expected to amplify the comprehension of instruments of injury, hazard factors for injury, ideal prevention techniques, complete and fitting treatment and long-haul impacts of injury in youth sport.Pages: 38-44 | 126 Views 5 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Vishvnath Kodape. Normal grievances and their deterrence in Kabaddi game: A review. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(2):38-44.