International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part A
A comparative analysis of static and dynamic balance between cricket and soccer players
AUTHOR(S): Shweta Dogra, Shahin Naz Jamali and Jyoti Sharma
Balance is the key to perform activities of daily living. And also work as a predictor of recovery as it is used by physical therapist to asses patients with different conditions. Balance is classified into two with respect to state of motion or state of rest of the body. Balance may be static when the body is at rest. It may be dynamic when the body is in steady – state motion. Balance conditioning is a way to train the body to make better use of strength you already have. So, better you can balance, less time you need to spend in increasing your strength. If an athlete is having a good balance, then it reduces the need for adding additional effort. This study is done to investigate and compare static and dynamic balance between cricket and soccer players.
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Shweta Dogra, Shahin Naz Jamali, Jyoti Sharma. A comparative analysis of static and dynamic balance between cricket and soccer players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):27-29.