2019, Vol. 4, Issue 2
Impact of submaximal and maximal training on pulse rate and endurance among college level football players
Author(s): P Kaviraj and Dr. J Jackson Sutharsing
This paper aimed to find out the impact of submaximal and maximal training on pulse rate and endurance among college level football players for the purpose of the study, forty-five men football players were selected randomly as subjects and divided in to three groups namely submaximal and maximal training group, and control group of fifteen subjects in each groups and the subject’s ages ranged from 18-27 years. All the subjects were tested on selected variables prior to and immediately after the training period. The selected criterion variables such as endurance was measured by Copper’s 12 min/walk test and resting pulse rate was measured by palpation technique. The analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) were used to find the significant difference if any, among the experimental and control groups on selected criterion variables. In all the cases, 0.5 level of confidence was fixed to test the significance, which was considered as an appropriate. Since there were three groups involved in this study the Scheffe’s test was used as post-hoc test. Results proved that there were significant improvements in the variables such as endurance and pulse rate due to training on the experimental groups. Participation in submaximal and maximal training resulted in a significant development in the endurance and pulse rate on experimental groups when compared to control group.
Pages: 444-446 | 128 Views 3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
P Kaviraj and Dr. J Jackson Sutharsing. Impact of submaximal and maximal training on pulse rate and endurance among college level football players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(2): 444-446.