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Title: Effects of varied packages of plyometric training on selected motor ability components and physiological variables among college men students
Researcher: Joel, Palani
Guide(s): Maniazhagu, D
Keywords: Physical Education
Training Methods
Plyometric Training
Motor Ability
Upload Date: 19-Mar-2013
University: Tamilnadu Physical Education and Sports University
Completed Date: 30/06/2011
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of varied packages of plyometric training on selected motor ability components and physiological variables among college men students. To achieve this purpose of the study, one hundred and twenty untrained healthy college men students of M.G.R. College, Hosur, Krishnagiri District were selected as subjects at random and their age were ranged between 18 to 23 years. The selected subjects were divided in to four equal groups of thirty subjects each. Group I underwent low intensity plyometric training, Group II underwent medium intensity plyometric training and Group III underwent high intensity plyometric training for three days per week for twelve weeks. Group IV acted as control that did not participate in any special training programme apart from their regular activities as per their curriculum. The following motor ability components and physiological variables namely speed, leg explosive power and muscular endurance, resting pulse rate, vo2 max and anaerobic power were selected as dependent variables. All the subjects of four groups were tested on selected dependent variables at prior to and immediately after the training programme. The analysis of covariance was used to analyze the significant difference, if any among the groups. Since, three groups were compared, whenever the obtained F ratio for adjusted post test was found to be significant, the Scheffe s test to find out the paired mean differences, if any. The .05 level of confidence was fixed as the level of significance to test the F ratio obtained by the analysis of covariance, which was considered as an appropriate. newline
Pagination: xv,186p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Physical Education

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