2023, Vol. 10, Issue 1, Part F
A profile of Senaptec strobe in young elite university athletesAuthor(s):
Sudesan J, Priyadharshini D, Padmapriyadarshini S, Leena K, Kowshika K and Lakshmi Priya SAbstract: Background:
Stroboscopic visual training has shown improvement in cognitive skills and perceptual performance by performing motor tasks under situations of intermittent vision.
Aim: The aim of this study to compare the improvement of visuomotor skills in athletes after the Stroboscopic visual Training.
Methods: Thirty male Athletes were assigned for strobe group (EG n=15), and for control group (CG n=15). 15 Strobe group (SG) took part in SVT programme, and their performance on 6 measures of visual and perceptual skills was compared with 15 Control group (CG) Athletes. Whilst the EG wore Senaptec Strobe and control group CG continued to train with unimpaired vision. Post Training assessment were administered after 10 mins of SVT. Reaction test, Eye Hand coordination was administered pre and post SVT. This involves the Laptop for EHC and iPhone 6S for Reaction test using Reaction Test pro and PT Balance is used to evaluate balance.
Results: The strobic effect were absorbed at each time. Baseline performance was significant related to Post performance immediately 10 min, visual response time (p = 0.001), Reaction time (p = 0.01), Eye hand coordination (p = 0.02). No significant differences were found for NPA, NPC, Balance measures.
Conclusion: The analysis of the SVT programme in SG Athletes show consistent improvements in the visual response time at post-test, were the CG Athletes did not. The present research on Stroboscopic Visual Training has the potential to improve the visuomotor skills in the young athletes. DOI: 10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i1f.2805Pages: 375-382 | 151 Views 24 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Sudesan J, Priyadharshini D, Padmapriyadarshini S, Leena K, Kowshika K, Lakshmi Priya S. A profile of Senaptec strobe in young elite university athletes
. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(1):375-382. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i1f.2805