2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
A comparative study on selected anthropometrical variables among kabaddi and gatka players
Author(s): Gurupreet Singh and Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh
The purpose of the study was to know about the comparison of anthropometric variables among Kabaddi and Gatka Players. The study was conducted among 220 male players (110 kabaddi and 110 gatka) those who had represented interuniversity from North India. The subjects were thoroughly aware with the testing procedure as well as the purpose and significance of the study. Subjects were made aware about the conduct of the study and related information was given by the researcher. The variables selected for the study are anthropometric respectively. They are Height, Weight, Humerus bicondylar diameter, Femur bicondylar diameter. Further the data were analyzed to find out the significant differences among the groups. ‘t’-test statistical technique was used to analyze the significant differences and the level of significance was set at 0.05 level for testing the hypothesis. Further the data were analyzed to find out the significant differences among the groups.
The results revealed that there was insignificant difference among the kabaddi and gatka player in Height, Weight, Humerus bicondylar and Femur bicondylar.
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How to cite this article:
Gurupreet Singh, Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh. A comparative study on selected anthropometrical variables among kabaddi and gatka players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):1863-1866.