2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part D
A comparative study of selected physiological and physical parameters between inter-college and inter-university male cricket players of Punjab
AUTHOR(S): Pukhraj Singh
The purpose of this study was to find out the significant differences between inter-college and inter-university level male cricket players in respect to selected physiological and physical parameters. The age of the subjects was ranging between 18-28 years. For this purpose, the following physiological parameters were selected: (i) Blood Pressure: - (a) Diastolic Blood Pressure (b) Systolic Blood Pressure (ii) Pulse Rate and physical parameter (i) Explosive power. The present investigation was conducted on 30 male cricket players, randomly selected from Punjab región of India. The first group contained fifteen (N-15) subjects, who were inter-college level players and the second group also consists fifteen (N-15) players, whom were inter-university level players. Blood pressure (Diastolic & Systolic) and pulse rate were examined at rest with the help of wrist monitor and Explosive power was measured by the standing broad jump. The Data were statistically computed by using of the ‘t’ test, which was employed at 0.05 level of significance. The explosive power of inter-university level male cricket players was significantly higher than the inter-college level male cricket players. The blood pressure (Diastolic & Systolic) and pulse rate had almost same recorded in both groups. The study concluded that the inter-university level cricket players are better than inter-college level cricket players in respect to explosive power.
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Pukhraj Singh. A comparative study of selected physiological and physical parameters between inter-college and inter-university male cricket players of Punjab. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(1):210-211.