2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part Q
Investigation of effectiveness of physical activity on motor coordinative abilities of deaf and dumb children
AUTHOR(S): LN Sarkar and Gajraj Singh
The objective of the study was to find out the effect of exercise on coordinative abilities of deaf and dump children’s. For the purpose of study 40 boys (treatment group) from school for special children’s, Gwalior having age group of 11 to 14 years were randomly selected. The subjects have approximately a similar kind of lifestyle off the ground also in the terms of diet, sleeping time and hours, daily curriculum related activities, as they resided in campus hostels and shared common mess. All the subjects were informed about the objective of the study. It was hypothesized that there will be significant difference in mean scores at different time points at regular intervals of two weeks at which data was collected from the participants. The specific coordinative abilities were measured with appropriate test, rhythmic Ability- Sprint at given Rhythm Ability Test. Explosive Strength- Sargent jump test and Agility- Shuttle run test To maintain the validity and reliability, valid and reliable test items were used. Pre -Data for the study was collected and after that the data was collected at different duration as per training of 0 week 2 week, 4 week, 6 and 8 weeks repeatedly. To find out the effect of training program. Repeated measure ANOVA was used as statistical technique to find out the significant difference. To test the hypothesis, the level of significance was set at 0.05. It was concluded that a significant difference was found in the different levels of time durations in the Orientation ability, reaction ability, and Static balance, whereas No significant difference was found in the reaction ability.
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How to cite this article:
LN Sarkar, Gajraj Singh. Investigation of effectiveness of physical activity on motor coordinative abilities of deaf and dumb children. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):943-946.