Abstract:Rational of the study:
Judo and Wrestling both types of sports are considered as strength dominating phenomenon. Wrist circumference and foot length plays an important role in tackling and stability during performance. Therefore, with this point of view the present study entitled “A Study of Wrist Circumference and Foot Length as a Kin-Anthropometric Characteristic between Judo and Wrestling Male Players
” has been designed to investigate kin-anthropometric characteristics of selected subjects.
Design of the study: For assess the exits characteristics regarding kin-anthropometric variables descriptive research design was used for the present study.
Methodology: For accomplish the study a total 60 subjects were selected through random sampling technique. Out of the total sample 30 subjects were selected from Judo and rests of subjects were selected from wrestling sports. The age of the sample were ranged from 18 to 25 years. The independent sample ‘t’ test was used as comparative statistics and level of confidence was assumed as 0.05 respectively.
Results: On the basis of the obtained results, it was observed that no significant difference was observed between Judo and Wrestling Male players in their wrist circumference. On the other hand a statistically significant results was observed in their foot length with the mean and SD of 25.15±1.44 of Judo and 25.94±1.46 of Wrestling respectively.