2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part J
Relative effect of SAQ and hill training on speed and agility among men Kabaddi players living at moderate altitude
AUTHOR(S): Bilal Ahmad Hajam and Dr. R Muthueleckuvan
The purpose of the study was to find out the, relative effect of 12 weeks SAQ and Hill training on speed and agility among men kabaddi players living at moderate altitude. To achieve the purpose of the study, thirty six men kabaddi players from government degree college Kulgam and government degree college larnoo Anantanag, Jammu and Kashmir, state was selected as subjects. The selected subjects were randomly divided into three groups and each group contains 12 subjects. Group I acts as experimental group (SAQ training) group II acted as experimental group II (Hill training) and group third acts as control group. The age of the subjects were ranged from 19 to 23 years and which was confirmed from the college record. All the subjects were selected from moderate altitude only (1524 - 2438 m) above the sea level. The Two experimental groups attended 12 weeks SAQ and Hill training, where as the control group did not given any kind of training expect their daily activities. Experimental group I go through SAQ training for three days per week in 12 weeks training programme and experimental group II goes through Hill training three days per week for the period of 12 weeks of training program. Pre test data was collected before one day of training programme and post test data was collected after end of 12 weeks training programme. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was used to find the significant difference among the groups. The scheffe’s post hoc test was used to find out the paired mean difference if any. The level of confidence was fixed at 0.05. It was concluded that there was a significant improvement on selected variables due to SAQ training and Hill training of 12 weeks.
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How to cite this article:
Bilal Ahmad Hajam, Dr. R Muthueleckuvan. Relative effect of SAQ and hill training on speed and agility among men Kabaddi players living at moderate altitude. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):597-600.