2023, Vol. 10, Issue 3, Part A
Effect of soccer push pass drill on ankle and knee joint angles of the playersAuthor(s):
Zirtluanga Chhangte and Sumanta Kumar MondalAbstract:
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of ten week soccer push pass drill training on ankle angle and knee joints angle during push pass. A training programme was applied for ten weeks and composed of push pass drill training. There were two groups, Group-I was treated as the Experimental Group (n=10) and another group-II was treated as the Control Group (n=10). The experimental groups performed 10 weeks of push pass soccer drill training (three times per week) and the control group didn’t go for any specific soccer drill training. All the subjects were selected adopting purposive random sampling technique. The players were evaluated in two moments, before training (pre-test) and after training (post test). The two-dimensional (Sagittal) high speed cameras were used to capture their performance. Motion Analysis software (Tracker 6.0.6 version) were used to analyze the data. The applied tests were ankle angle and knee angle at the time of ball contact. For statistical analysis IBM SPSS was used to determine descriptive analysis, and to detect significance of mean difference between experimental and control groups in ankle and knee joint angles. The result showed statistically no significant difference in ankle and knee joint angle after push pass soccer drill training.Pages: 33-36 | 55 Views 21 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Zirtluanga Chhangte, Sumanta Kumar Mondal. Effect of soccer push pass drill on ankle and knee joint angles of the players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(3):33-36.