2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Effects of specific soccer training programme on physical fitness variables among tribal and non tribal soccer players
Author(s): Subhendu Bhowmick and Dr. Amit Banerjee
The aim of the study was to investigate the comparative effects of specific soccer training programme on physical fitness variables namely speed, explosive strength, cardio-respiratory endurance and agility of tribal and non-tribal school boys. For the purpose of the study 60 tribal school soccer players and 60 non-tribal school soccer players were selected from Purulia district in the state of West Bengal. They were selected randomly. The age of the subjects were varied between 17 to 19 years. Sixty tribal students ware sub divided into two group’s i.e. experimental tribal and control tribal. Similarly non-tribal students ware sub divided into two groups’ i.e. experimental non-tribal and control non-tribal. Each group consist of 30 subjects. The physical fitness variables namely speed was measured through 50merter dash, Explosive Strength was measured through Standing Broad Jump, cardio-respiratory endurance was measured through 12 Min. Run-walk and agility was measured through 4×30feet Shuttle Run. For the comparison, analysis of covariance was used and the significant level was set at 0.05 level of confidence. The results revels significant differences of means in both tribal and non-tribal group of experimental category.
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Subhendu Bhowmick and Dr. Amit Banerjee. Effects of specific soccer training programme on physical fitness variables among tribal and non tribal soccer players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 1952-1956.