2022, Vol. 7 Issue 1, Part B
Combined effects of circuit based skill training on dribbling and shooting intercollegiate men football players
AUTHOR(S): Dr. T Thangamani
To achieve the purpose of the present study thirty men subjects were selected from Maruthi College of Physical Education, Tamil Nadu. Their age ranged from 21 to 23 years. They were assigned to two groups namely group-I circuit based skill training group, (CBSTG) group-II acted as control group (CG). Each group consists of fifteen men subjects. The practice of circuit based training were given for 12 weeks 5 days a week and from 7.30 am to 8.30 am. The experimental training group were tested dribbling and shooting. The selected criterion variables dribbling tested with warner test and shooting accuracy measured with Mor christian test. Before test and after twelve weeks circuit based skill training post test data were collected and treated with ANCOVA. The level of significant was fixed at 0.05. The study results showed that the experimental group had significantly improved selected dribbling and shooting. The control group did not improve on selected criterion variables.
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Dr. T Thangamani. Combined effects of circuit based skill training on dribbling and shooting intercollegiate men football players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2022;7(1):121-123.