2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effect of plyometric training on vital capacity and resting plus rate in state level rowing sculling players
Author(s): Dr. Rajaram Shankar Kare
The purpose of the present study to find out the effect of plyometric training on vital capacity and resting plus rate in rowing sculling event players in Nasik city. The sample for the present study consists of 40 male state levels rowing sculling event players whose are practiced K.T.H.M. college boat clubs in Nasik. The subject are divided in two group i.e. control group (N=20) and experimental group (N=20) between the age group of 18 to 25 years. Plyometric exercises such as standing long jump, Side to side ankle hop, Hip twist ankle hop, Trunk rotation, Pull over pass, Power skipping, Split squat jump, Double leg trunk jump, Double leg hops, Incline push up depth jump, Alternate bounding with single arm action, Split pike jump, Standing long jump with sprint, Medicine ball backward throw, Stadium hops, Wave squat, Combination bounding with double arm action, Power drop etc. were given three times a week for eight weeks for experimental group and controlled group were given regular Rowing practice. To assess the vital capacity was measure on computerized spirometer and resting plus rate was measure on finger pulse oximeter test. This study shows that due to the plyometric exercises there is a significant improvement of experimental group in the vital capacity and resting plus rate of rowing sculling event players.
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Dr. Rajaram Shankar Kare. Effect of plyometric training on vital capacity and resting plus rate in state level rowing sculling players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1345-1347.