2017, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Part B
Effects of conventional resistance training and ballistic training on back strength of physical education students
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Aranga Panbilnathan
The purpose of the study was to analyze the effects of conventional resistance training and ballistic training on selected strength (Back strength) parameters. To achieve this purpose of the study, forty five men students studying bachelor’s degree in the department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Annamalai University were selected at random as subjects from a population of 200. The age of the subjects, ranged from 18 to 24 years. The subjects were randomly divided into three groups and each group comprised of fifteen (N = 15) subjects. Group-I underwent conventional resistance training, group-II underwent ballistic training and group–III acted as control. All the subjects of three groups were tested on selected criterion variable at prior to and immediately after the training programmer. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to analyses the significant difference, if any, among the groups. Since, three groups were compared, whenever, the obtained ‘f’ ratio for adjusted post-test was found to be significant, the Scheffe’s test was applied to find out the significant paired mean differences, if any. The level of significance was set at 0.05 level of confidence, which was considered as an appropriate. There was a significant increase in maximum strength for both conventional resistance training and ballistic training groups as compared to control group. There was a significant increase in leg strength for conventional resistance training group as compared to ballistic training group.
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Dr. Aranga Panbilnathan. Effects of conventional resistance training and ballistic training on back strength of physical education students. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2017;2(1):150-152.