2019, Vol. 4, Issue 2
Comperison of anthropometric variables between high and low performance endurance runners
Author(s): Dr. Raj Kumar
In the present study the researcher wants to know that significance level of anthropometric variables between high and low performance runners. Purpose of Study was to assess Comparison of Anthropometric Variable between High and Low Performance Endurance Runners. The fifty male students of B.P.Ed. In department of Physical Education, PG Government College, Sector-11, Chandigarh were selected by randomly as a sample. Following variables was covered which seemed to be related to endurance ability (Independent Anthropometric Variable: Age, Body Weight, Linear Measurement: Height, Leg length, Lower leg length, Trunk length, Thigh length, Foot length (are found to be significant). Body Circumferences: Arm Circumference, Chest Circumference, Abdomen Circumference, Hip Circum ference, Thigh Circumference, Calf Circumference (are found to be significant), Diameters: Shoulder, Hip, Femur Bycondyler, Ankle, Elbow, Wrist (are found significant.) Skin Folds: Biceps Skin fold, Triceps Skin fold, Sub scapular Skin fold, Super iliac Skin fold, Thigh Skin fold and Calf Skin fold Dependent Variables: Performance (time) in 600 yards. Endurance ability test. Were selected for the study).
Pages: 120-123 | 201 Views 3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Raj Kumar. Comperison of anthropometric variables between high and low performance endurance runners. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(2): 120-123.