2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Correlation between Bio-Mechanical and Anthropometrical Variables to the Performance of Medium Pace Bowlers
Author(s): Dharmender Singh
The main aim of the study was to examine the correlation between biomechanical and anthropometrical variables to the performance of medium pace bowlers. Seven male cricket players who represented Pt. NRS Govt. College Cricket Team at Zone-A Cricket Tournament were chosen as subjects for this study. Angle of ankle joint, knee joint, elbow joint, shoulder joint, height of centre of gravity for chosen biomechanical variables and for chosen anthropometrical variables i.e height, sitting height, leg length, arm length, weight were considered as the variables of this study. The correlation between biomechanical and anthropometrical variables to the performance of medium pace bowlers was calculated by using Pearson’s product moment correlation. For testing hypothesis the level of significance was set at 0.05. In case of biomechanical variables had exhibited vital correlation with the performance of players in medium pace bowling. The obtained value of co-efficient of correlation of chosen anthropometrical variables at the moment is released. Only the height and leg length had vital correlation with the performance of subjects in medium pace bowling.
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Dharmender Singh. Correlation between Bio-Mechanical and Anthropometrical Variables to the Performance of Medium Pace Bowlers. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2017; 2(2): 619-621.