2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effects of training on psychophysical psychomotor abilities and skill performance of field hockey players
Author(s): S Chandra Mohan and Dr. STN Rajeswaran
Psychomotor development enables them to cultivate their perceptive capacity, to create and develop their body image, and express themselves through creative action and emotions. Thanks to psychomotor development, the children establish the foundations of the entire educational process. The psychomotor domain (Simpson, 1972) includes physical movement, coordination, and use of the motor-skill areas. Thus, psychomotor skills rage from manual tasks, such as digging a ditch or washing a car, to more complex tasks, such as operating a complex piece of machinery or dancing. The present study was to find out the effects of psychomotor abilities and skill performance of field hockey players. The selected Subjects were the participants of inter school level students of Hockey tournament and their ranged between 12 and 14 year and pre and post-test random group design. Eighty students were randomly selected, they undergone progressive resistance training group (PRTG). In testing the significance of mean difference on post-test among the students. The whole students were taken as a Progressive Resistance Training. Group Progressive Resistance with Pilates Training Group and they were psychologically motivated as shown in methodology. The result indicates that the mean differences on criterion variables used in the study at the end of the treatment was found to be statistically significant. Thus it was found that there was a significant mean difference among the students in the variables used in the study.
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S Chandra Mohan and Dr. STN Rajeswaran. Effects of training on psychophysical psychomotor abilities and skill performance of field hockey players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 252-254.