2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part P
Profile of selected anthropometric measurement among inter university football players
AUTHOR(S): Keshav Singh Yadav and Dr. Keshav Singh Gurjar
The purpose of this study the profile of Anthropometric Measurement among Inter University Football Players performance of defending skill on the basis of selected anthropometric measurements. Sixty male football players were selected as subjects for this study. The subjects were selected from Top four teams of west zone inter university players. Subjects were divided into three groups (each group consists of twenty players) on the basis of their position of play. Total number of subjects (N=60) each groups twenty (20) subjects Defenders, .Midfielders, Attackers. The age levels of the subjects were ranged from 18 to 25 years. All the subjects belong to different social economic conditions. Selection of variables Anthropometric measurements Body weight, Standing height, Arm length Leg length, Fore-leg length. Thigh girth, Calf girth, Foot length. According to objectives of the study to gathering the data Analysis of descriptive statistics were used. (Mean Standard Deviation). Significant was set at 0.05. The results of the study have shown that was significance mean difference on body weight, standing height, Arm length, leg length, fore leg length, and foot length, anthropometric measurements between attacker and defender respectively. The results of the study have also shown that there was significance mean difference on body weight, arm length, leg length, and fore leg length midfielder and defender on their anthropometric measurements. The results of this study have shown that there was no significance difference on body weight, standing height, arm length, leg length, fore leg length, thigh girth, calf girth and foot length, defender and midfielder anthropometric measurements.
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Keshav Singh Yadav, Dr. Keshav Singh Gurjar. Profile of selected anthropometric measurement among inter university football players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):1005-1009.