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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2019, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part A

Combined effects of core strength and SAQ training on selected physical and coordinative ability variables among male short distance runners

AUTHOR(S): Vavileti Balaji and Dr. Amirtham Sebastian
ABSTRACT:
Balaji. V (2018) conducted a study to find out the effect of combined core strength and SAQ training on selected physical and coordinative ability variables among male short distance runners. For this purpose of the study 40 subjects were randomly selected from Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya High School, Coimbatore, and Tamil Nadu. The selected subjects were divided in two equal groups of 20 each and named as group A and group B. Group A (combined core strength and SAQ training group) n=20, and group B was control group n=20. The data was collected before and after 14 weeks of training program. The collected data was analysed by applying dependent ‘t’ test. The level of significance was fixed 0.05 level. The findings of the study strongly indicated that there was a significant difference in post test on selected physical and coordinative ability variables due to 14 weeks of combined core strength and SAQ training program. And there was no significant difference between pre test and post test in control group on selected physical and coordinative ability variables.
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How to cite this article:
Vavileti Balaji, Dr. Amirtham Sebastian. Combined effects of core strength and SAQ training on selected physical and coordinative ability variables among male short distance runners. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(2):04-06.
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