2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Relationship between selected anthropometric variables and performance of volleyball players at Sri Lanka
Author(s): S Joniton and Dr. V Gopinath
The present investigation finds the relationship between selected Anthropometric variables and performance of youth vollyballers at Sri Lanka. The study was conducted for boys aged from 18 to 28 years represented 41st national sports festival competition 2015 at Sri Lanka. The players participated from nine provinces for national sports competition in volleyball (108 players) were identified as subjects for this study. The volleyball playing ability was selected as dependent variable and assessed by subjective rating. The Height, Weight, Upper Arm Relaxed Girth, Fore Arm Girth, Chest Girth, Wrist Girth, Waist Girth, Thigh Girth, Calf Girth, Angle Girth, Acromiale Raiale Length, Raialesylion Dactyl ion, Midst lion Dactyl ion Length, Foot Length and Leg Length were selected as independent variables and tested by standardized procedure. The data were collected for playing ability and other selected independent variables. In order to examine the association between playing ability and selected independent variables simple correlation was calculated (P>.05). The results of present study have shown significant association with volleyball playing ability and the selected criterion variables.
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S Joniton, Dr. V Gopinath. Relationship between selected anthropometric variables and performance of volleyball players at Sri Lanka. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(2):27-29.