2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effect of interval training physical and physiological variables among volleyball players
Author(s): M Gokul Raj and Dr. R Mohanakrishanan
For purpose of these study 30 male volleyball players were selected from Alagappa model higher secondary school, Karaikudi. Random group design was used. The subject’s age ranged from 14 to 19 years. The subjects were divided in two groups namely experimental group (Group-I) and control group (Group-II). Experimental group underwent interval training and Control group did not consider for any specific training. To carry out the study the investigator used two groups, one experimental group and one control group, each group consists of 15 subjects. All the groups were tested on selected criterion variable and the readings were recorded in their respective unit, as pre-test scores. After pre-test the experimental group was treated with interval training for a period of six weeks. After six weeks of training both the groups were tested again on the selected criterion variables and the scores were recorded in their respective units as post test scores. The pre and post-test were taken for analysis. The researcher used t-ratio to find the significant difference between the means of pre-test and post-test of all the selected variables.
Pages: 1255-1258 | 149 Views 5 Downloads
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M Gokul Raj and Dr. R Mohanakrishanan. Effect of interval training physical and physiological variables among volleyball players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1255-1258.