2021, Vol. 6 Issue 2, Part A
A study on movement with holding a hockey stick of a hockey player during running
AUTHOR(S): Sushanta Pal and Dr. Susanta Sarkar
The main purpose of this study was to observe the difference between the velocity difference in two different conditions i.e. with and without holding a hockey stick. For this study only twenty y (20) male state level hockey players were performed with and without equipment condition. A digital video graphic, camera (Nikon D3300 with 60 FPS) were used for recording of motion. The subject s was performed 30m running in two different condition. The velocity was without equipment condition 3.65m/s at 2.5m, 3.70m /s at 5m, 4.77m/s at 10m, 5.39m/s at 15m, 5.81 m/s at 22.5m and 6.04m/s at 30m position. With equipment condition was 3.4m/s at 2.5m, 3.47m /s at 5m, 4.51m/s at 10m, 5.14m/s at15m, 5.55m/s at 22.5m and 5.78m/s at 30m position. i.e. with holding a hockey stick condition velocity was significantly decreased. This study would help to guide clear direction for coaches and athletes.
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How to cite this article:
Sushanta Pal, Dr. Susanta Sarkar. A study on movement with holding a hockey stick of a hockey player during running. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2021;6(2):30-33.