2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part O
Impact of plyometric and SAQ training on physical fitness indices of handball players
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Akwinder Kaur
Handball is very fascinating modern game with fast and excitement action. Successful performance in Handball requires the good motor abilities and physiological and precise skill to accomplish desired result. This study aimed to find out the impact of plyometric and SAQ training on physical fitness indices of handball players. For this purpose the researcher selected 90 male handball players (30 each from plyometric, SAQ & control group), age ranges between 18-25 years. Samples were selected at different playing levels i.e. AIU, SGFI, HFI and PHA from Punjab state. Random sampling technique was applied to select the sample. Physical variable i.e. agility was selected for this study. To find out the difference among various groups (Plyometric, SAQ & Control group) of Agility variable ‘ANCOVA’ test was applied at 0.05 level of significance. The results showed that experimental groups (Plyometric & SAQ) of handball players enhance the performance of agility as compare to control group.
Pages: 876-879 | 799 Views 81 Downloads
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Dr. Akwinder Kaur. Impact of plyometric and SAQ training on physical fitness indices of handball players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):876-879.