2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part Y
Study on the support system & sports facilities utilization for performance enhancement
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Sunita Arora and Dr. Mukesh Agarwal
The excellence in sports depends on many factors such as infrastructure, equipment, finance, adequate environment, trained coaches etc. and absence of one of the aspect may obstruct the achievement. However, infrastructure and support system is the base to train the athlete in order to achieve the milestone in the field of sports. No performance can be achieved in sports in the absence of appropriate infrastructure and proper support system. Talent can be searched and trained in any of the area whether a city or village, urban area, school, university, colleges etc. so it is essential to provide the sports infrastructure in the close proximity. The play grounds, indoor and outdoor play fields of different sports/ games in all those areas are required and essential to be provided for the public/communities. A total of 600 students from different colleges were randomly selected for the purpose of the study. They were asked to fill the inventory prepared by the scholar after trial run. The response were collected from the students and tabulated. Mean and Standard Deviation was used to analyze the data. It is concluded that the coaching camp were conducted throughout the session for sports students in almost every college and the adequate refreshment were provided on the regular basis to all the sports students. The medical facilities and training equipments were inadequate; however relaxation in attendance has been given to the sports persons. In the light of the facts, it can be stated that only few colleges were paid enough attention towards the facilities and its utilization to the greater extent. Other needs to be attentive and motivated.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sunita Arora, Dr. Mukesh Agarwal. Study on the support system & sports facilities utilization for performance enhancement. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):1393-1395.