2023, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Part B
Role of plyometric training on agility among university soccer players of intermediate levelAuthor(s):
Dr. Babasab Ramachandra Tole and Virendra SinghAbstract:
The study's objective was to assess how well a plyometric training regimen improved football players' agility. The agility t-test was used in this experiment research of football players in Karwar. The study comprised 26 samples in all, with ages ranging from 17 to 24. The male football players received the plyometric training regimen. There were four sessions each week for the course of the four-week program. The outcome of the football players' plyometric training was evident. Before to plyometric training, the meantime length was 9.79, and after training, the mean was 9.75. The data were analyzed using the paired t-test, with a p value of 0.07, which is regarded as insignificant. The insignificant results might be a factor of small number of subjects in sample size, although with 0.02 the study showed insignificant result. Thus, plyometric training is helpful in improving agility in football players. So, these training methods are recommended to football players for improving speed and skilled performances.Pages: 85-87 | 106 Views 35 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Babasab Ramachandra Tole, Virendra Singh. Role of plyometric training on agility among university soccer players of intermediate level. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(2):85-87.