2018, Vol. 3, Issue 2
Explosive strength and anthropometric characteristics of female volleyball players at different levels of achievement
Author(s): Sandeep Kumari and Dr. Manika Deb Nath
The knowledge of anthropometric characteristics allows the athlete and the coach to make adaptations in his/her training method to attain the optimal physical attributes for best performance. A total 50 female volleyball players (25 from each selected National and State level Female Volleyball players) were purposively selected, with age ranging from 19 to 25 years. Explosive Strength and Anthropometric Variables were selected as the variables for the study. Explosive Strength and Anthropometric Variables were assessed with the help of Standing Broad Jump and Gulick Tape and weight machine respectively. The collected data was analyzed by computing descriptive statistics and t-test. There was a significant difference found in Explosive Strength and Anthropometric Variables i.e. (standing height, body weight, hand length and leg length) of national and state level female volleyball players. The obtained ‘t’ratio was found 10.28, 5.709, 3.767, 12.764 and 8.764 is higher than the tabulated value 1.67 for df 48. Based on results of the study it was concluded that there all the selected female volleyball players had not similar Explosive Strength and Anthropometric Characteristics
Pages: 2252-2254 | 55 Views 1 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sandeep Kumari, Dr. Manika Deb Nath. Explosive strength and anthropometric characteristics of female volleyball players at different levels of achievement. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2018;3(2):2252-2254.