Effect Of Plyometric Training On Selected Motor Fitness Variables Of Long Jumpers

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D.Asheervatham, et.al


The Study's Goal Was To Determine The Influence Of Plyometric Exercise On Specified Motor Fitness Measures In Junior Level Long Jumpers. Thirty (N=30) Long Jumpers From The Chennai District Were Chosen At Random As Subjects For This Study. The Subjects Ranged In Age From 12 To 14 Years. The Subjects Were Separated Into Two Groups: Experimental And Control. Each Group Had Fifteen (N=15) Subjects. For Eight Weeks On Three Different Days, The Experimental Group Received Plyometric Exercise. The Control Group Did Not Participate In Any Activities Other Than Their Normal Routine. The Standardised Test Was Used To Examine The Selected Criteria Factors Such As Speed And Agility. For This Investigation, A Random Group Experimental Design Was Adopted. The Before And Post Test Results Were Obtained Prior To And Immediately Following The Eight Weeks Of Training. The Dependent "T" Test And Analysis Of Covariance Were Used To Statistically Examine The Data (Ancova). In All Cases, Level Of Significances Was Set At 0.05. The Study Found That Eight Weeks Of Plyometric Training Improved The Speed And Agility Of Junior Level Long Jumpers Significantly. According To The Findings, There Were Substantial Changes Between The Experimental And Control Groups Following The Training Programme.

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