The objective of the study was to compare the Coordinative abilities between selected national and state level female Volleyball players.
Method: Total 50 female volleyball players (25 from each selected National and State level Female Volleyball players) were randomly selected (The purposive sampling technique was used to collect the data) with age ranging from 19 to 25 years for the study. Coordinative abilities was selected as a dependent variable and selected Game volleyball were considered as independent variable. Coordinative abilities i.e. Orientation Ability, Rhythm Ability, Reaction Ability and Balance Ability was assessed with the help of numbered medicine ball run test was used and the score recorded in seconds, sprint at rhythm test was used and scores recorded in seconds, Nelson and reaction time test (stick) was used and the scores recorded in seconds and Bass stick test was used and scores recorded in seconds. T-test statistics were used to compare Coordinative abilities of selected female volleyball players. The level of significance were be set at 5%.
Results: The study showed that there was no significant difference found in Coordinative abilities (Orientation Ability, Rhythm Ability, Reaction Ability and Balance Ability) of national and state level female volleyball players. The obtained ‘t’ ratio was found -12.391, -10.616, -11.921 and -5.264 is lower than the table value 1.67 for df 48 which is required for significance at 0.05 levels.
Conclusions: Based on results of the study it was concluded that there all the selected female volleyball players had similar Coordinative abilities i.e. (Orientation Ability, Rhythm Ability, Reaction Ability and Balance Ability).