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International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

Impact Factor: RJIF 5.43

ISSN: 2456-0057

International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education

2019, Vol. 4, Issue 2
Different proportion of moderate high and high intensity interval training on dribbling performance among college level soccer players
Author(s): Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh and Kaviraj P
Abstract:
Soccer is really beautiful game because of the high level Physical work and fluidity. The aim of the study was to find out the effect of twelve weeks high and moderate high intensity endurance training on dribbling performance among college level soccer players. To achieve the purpose forty five (N=45, age 20-25) men soccer players were selected from YMCA college of Physical Education and divided in to three equal groups. Group I [n=15, Underwent high intensity interval training (HIIT), 60 min/day/3 days / week/ 12 weeks], Group II [n=15, underwent moderate high intensity interval training (MHIIT) 60 min/day/3 days / week/ 12 weeks], Group III acted as control. 2 % rule was implemented to increase the training intensity every two weeks starts from 75% for (MHIIT), 85% for (HIIT). The data were collected before and after the intervention on dribbling performance which was assessed by Mor- Christian general soccer ability test. Collected data were statistically analyzed by using one way ANOVA, 0.05 level of confidence was fixed to test the significance. When the obtained ‘F’ ratio was significant, Scheffe’s post hoc test was used to find out the paired mean difference. The Results of the study Reveals that, there was a significant difference between pre and post test mean of two experimental groups due the high and moderate high intensity Interval training. However high intensity training (t= 9.72*) shows better improvement than moderate high intensity training (t=8.44*). And there was a significant difference between groups on Dribbling performance (f=7.19*). The Scheeff’s post hoc result reveals that, there was significant mean difference between High intensity training and control group, and Moderate High intensity training and control groups. Hence it was concluded that, high intensity interval training is the best way to manage the game pressure in respect to dribbling, running and tackling in modern soccer game.
Pages: 336-338  |  145 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh and Kaviraj P. Different proportion of moderate high and high intensity interval training on dribbling performance among college level soccer players. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(2): 336-338.
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