2020, Vol. 5 Issue 2, Part A
A predication of playing performance from selected anthropometric, physical and physiological variables of state level volleyball players
AUTHOR(S): B Manjunatha and Dr. AG Bujurke
Purpose of the study is to find out the selected anthropometric, physical and physiological variables predict playing performance of state level volleyball players. 150 male state level Volleyball players participated as the samples for the study. Different anthropometric, physical and physiological variables namely (Weight, Standing height, Sitting height, Arm length, Arm span, Palm breadth, Chest girth, Waist girth, Hip girth, Thigh girth, Calf girth, Speed, Agility, Flexibility, Leg explosive strength, Muscular endurance, Harvard step up, Resting heart rate and Peak expiratory flow rate) measured of samples. Standard procedure was followed to measure the anthropometric, physical and physiological variables. To measure the playing performance of samples while playing the match five experts (Coaches) of volleyball were asked to assess the playing performance of the player in match situation and rate the players playing performance for 10 marks each. After that all five experts’ marks were added and averaged to get the consolidated marks of playing performance. Multiple regression analysis with step wise method was used as statistical tool to predict the playing performance of volleyball players. Results revealed that two anthropometric measurements and one physical fitness variable predicted significant with skill performance. The implication of results are discussed.
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How to cite this article:
B Manjunatha, Dr. AG Bujurke. A predication of playing performance from selected anthropometric, physical and physiological variables of state level volleyball players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2020;5(2):07-09.