2018, Vol. 3, Issue 1
Impact of imagery skill practice on playing ability among football players
Author(s): Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh
The purpose of this study was fine out the impact of imagery training on passing and shooting among football players. To achieve the purposed of this study the investigator randomly selected 30 college men football players from YMCA College of Physical Education, Nandanam, Chennai-35. The age group of the subject’s was between 18- 23 years. They are divided into two equal based on their initial performance in shooting accuracy in soccer. The investigator selected shooting accuracy in soccer as dependent variable and six weeks imagery training as independent variable for this study. Random group design was in this study. The subject was divided into two groups with a number of 15 members in each. The groups were categorised according to their training programme. Group–I underwent imagery training, and group-II served as the control group. Subjects in group II did not undergo any training protocol but they were allowed to do their regular training. The experimental group subjects had their training programme for a period of 6 weeks. An important point to not was that none of the players were practising any other specialized training other than their regular schedule. The result of the study proved that there was significant improvement in passing and shooting accuracy in football due to 6 weeks imagery training for the football players.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Jackson Sutharsingh. Impact of imagery skill practice on playing ability among football players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(1):2173-2175.