The purpose of the study was to find the effects of Harness Running, Sand Running, Weight-Jacket Running and Weight training on the performance of pull up and standing broad jump among the Burdwan District School going soccer players.
Method: 100 male students from the different schools of the Burdwan district were randomly selected as subjects and there age were 14-18 years served as Harness Running Group (HRG), second group served as Sand Running Group (SRG), third group served as Weight-Jacket Running Group (WJRG), fourth group served as Weight Training Group (WTG) and the fifth group served as Control Group (CTG).Ten weeks training were given for experiment accordingly. The control group was not given any training except of their routine. The selected subjects were measured the physical fitness component of muscular strength. ANCOVA was calculation for statistical treatment.
Finding: From the finding implies that the Weight Training Group and Weight Jacket Group were more effective in increasing the number of pull up and distance than all other training programs after ten weeks of training on pull up and standing broad jump.
Conclusions: In both training programme Weight-Jacket Running Group and Weight Training Group showed higher adjusted post-test mean difference with Control Group in comparison to other three training Groups which is required to be significant at 0.05 levels.