International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part P
A study on agility level of volleyball and basketball players
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Hanumanthayya Pujari
The purpose of the study was to compare the performance of agility of volleyball and basketball players. Physical fitness is essential for all games and sports. Physical fitness is the ability to carry our daily tasks with vigor and alertness without undue fatigue and with ample energy to engage in leisure time pursuits and to meet the above average physical strength, stress, muscular endurance and circulatory endurance, muscular power, agility, speed and flexibility and added to compose motor fitness. Then kinetic, arm-eye, foot eye co-ordination is needed for general motor ability Agility is very much evolved in the game of basketball. Basketball players who pass his opponents stop quickly from one position to another or he does a complex routine. at the time of dribbling the players should change the movements in various ways. there are running in a zigzag manner and shifting the body position to maintaining balance and his ability at the hands and arms. For the purpose this investigator selected 12 volleyball and 12 basketball players at the age of 18 to 25 year from Gulbarga university players. For measuring the agility performance shuttle run test (10.00 Mtrs x 4) was used. The collected data were analyzed by using the ‘t’ ratio statistical technique. And the level of significant was indicates that the mean of the basketball players (12.06) and that of volleyball players (11.56), and‘t’ ratio (2.42) was shown not significant at 0.05 level of confidence and degree of freedom was 28. The performance of agility of Basketball players is greater than that of Volleyball players. The result of the study shown there was a significant difference between Basketball and Volleyball players agility performance because both movements are not same.
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Dr. Hanumanthayya Pujari. A study on agility level of volleyball and basketball players. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(2): 973-976.