Effect of Circuit Training on Motor Fitness Components and Skill ability of Kabaddi players

1Aarif Majeed

2Muzammil Ahmad Bhat

1Shri Shivaji College of Physical Education Amravati,
2Shri Shivaji College of Physical Education Amravati

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Abstract:

This paper sheds light on the effect of circuit training on motor fitness components and skill ability of Kabaddi players. 30 male Kabaddi players of age group 17-23 who represented their college in inter collegiate tournaments were selected randomly as subjects. The subjects were divided randomly into two equal groups of 15 (fifteen) subjects in each group i.e; experimental group and control group. The experimental group underwent to practice selected training programme for six days a week for 60 (sixty) minutes each day, for the period of eight weeks. The control group did not practice any specific training during the period of eight weeks. Data collected was analyzed at 0.05 level of significance and ‘t’ test was computed for finding out the effect of circuit training on motor fitness components and skill ability of Kabaddi players. The study showed significant effect of circuit training on motor fitness components and skill ability of Kabaddi players.

Keywords:

Agility, Balance, power, playing ability and speed

Paper Details
Month12
Year2019
Volume23
IssueIssue 6
Pages1896-1902

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