2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
To compare and find relative superiority in breath holding capacity, agility and leg strength between kabaddi players and long jumpers in athletic
Author(s): Dr. Pralay Nayek, Debasis Das and Habib SK
Strength may be defined as the capacity of the individual to extract muscle force. This force is revealed by individuals’ ability to pull push, lift or squeeze an object or hold the body in a hanging position. Maximum strength is applied in these ways with a singular muscular contraction. Strength of and itself is not an indicant of capacity; fitness or educability, but is merely the ability to apply power. Although strength as a factor in extricably related to other motor performance factors, it remains an entity in itself and is a salient element of the whole. Throughout the life, we need some strength to perform normal daily activities in an efficient manner; strength in excess of this amount enables the strength to perform them easily and effectively. This excess over daily demands in needed for two reasons. First, it is need for emergency situation to avoid acute or chronic injury or to survive in crisis. Secondly, after daily normal activities are completed the student should have sufficient strength to live life more fully and completely in leisure time pursuits.
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Dr. Pralay Nayek, Debasis Das, Habib SK. To compare and find relative superiority in breath holding capacity, agility and leg strength between kabaddi players and long jumpers in athletic. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):423-426.