2020, Vol. 5, Issue 2
A study of effect of six week training programme on selected motor fitness component of rugby players
Author(s): Atul Subhas Gorde and Dr. Sanjay D Chaudhari
The purpose of the study was to determine the “Effect of Six Week Training Programme on Selected Motor Fitness Component of Young Rugby Players. The study was delimited to the male Young Rugby Players of Jalgaon City. The age of selected subject were ranging from16 to 19 years and their status was inter School level. The researcher had selected 80 Young Rugby Players. Their fitness was tested by some selected exercises for Explosive Strength, Speed, Endurance and Agility. The scores were arranged in descending order. Twenty (20) of high performance along with Twenty (20) of low performance, were eliminated. It was done to selected the subjects of an average standard. Remaining forty (40) were finally selected for the study, twenty subjects in each control and experimental group respectively. Initial or pre test was conducted before the start of the experiment and was conducted on both the groups "A" and "B". The endurance was measured by using 600 yard run which was recorded in minutes and seconds. The explosive strength of shoulder was measure by using soft ball throw which was recorded in feets. (Maximum Distance Covered). The speed was measured by using 50 yard dash which was recorded in seconds. The agility was measured by using shuttle run (20x4) which was recorded in seconds and micro seconds.
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Atul Subhas Gorde, Dr. Sanjay D Chaudhari. A study of effect of six week training programme on selected motor fitness component of rugby players. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2020;5(2):17-19.