2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Impact of model physical education curriculum on development of strength on dexterity among pre-adolescent school boys
Author(s): Ajaz Ahmad Dar and Dr. S Vijay
The curriculum is based on the social philosophy which is changing phenomenon. Dexterous refers to the skill and grace in physical movement, especially with the use of the hands. The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of model physical education curriculum on bio-motor development of maximum strength among preadolescent dexterous boys. To achieve the purpose 40 right hand dominance preadolescent school boys with the age category of 11to 12 years from Dream Land educational institute Kulgam district, Jammu & Kashmir, India were selected as subjects at random and, the selected subjects were divided in to two groups namely physical training (n=20) and control (n=20). The physical training group underwent training for 45 min/4 days/15 weeks. The maximum strength hand grip strength on right and left hand was tested by (Hand grip dynamometer) were selected as dependent variable and tested before and after the experimental period for both the groups. The collected data were analyzed by using ANCOVA and the magnitude of Improvement was also calculated to find out the level of improvement on dexterous. Level of significance was fixed at 0.05. The result of the study shows that the model physical education curriculum helps to improve the hand strength on dexterous among preadolescent school boys.
Pages: 428-430 | 335 Views 9 Downloads
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Ajaz Ahmad Dar and Dr. S Vijay. Impact of model physical education curriculum on development of strength on dexterity among pre-adolescent school boys. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2018; 3(1): 428-430.