Sports is a worldwide phenomenon today. The need and importance of performance in sports has increased rapidly in the last few decades. In no period of world history were sports so popular, organized and important as it is today. It has a very prominent role in modern society. The purpose of the investigation was to study and compare the effects of plyometrics, circuit training and circuit breaker programmes on motor components of Tribal Students.
For the purpose of the study 100 male Tribal Students from The Birsa Munda Tribal University, Rajpipla were randomly selected as the subjects for the study. All the subjects were randomly assigned to four groups: three experimental groups viz: plyometric training group (Group A), circuit training group (Group B), and circuit breaker programme group (Group C) and the fourth group served as the control group, each consisting of 25 subjects.
The study was confined to the following motor components, Power (Leg, Shoulder and Arm), Muscular endurance and Speed.