The Influence of the Stretch-Shortening Cycle on Motor Fitness Aspects in Adolescent Male Kabaddi Athletes

Authors

  • Ankit Kumar Research Scholar, Department of Physical Education, Sabaramati University, Ahmedabad

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2021.v06.i11.016

Keywords:

Interferential current electrotherapy, rehabilitation, physiotherapy

Abstract

Resistance training on motor fitness in adolescent male Kabaddi players is examined in this study. Resistance training uses free weights, weight machines, resistance bands, and body weight to build muscle. Two Tamil Nadu schools' thirty under-14 male Kabaddi players were separated into an experimental (Group-I) and a control (Group-II) group. The experimental group did three-day-a-week resistance training for six weeks. Nobody trained the control group beyond their routine activities. The study measured agility, endurance, and leg explosive power. Pre- and post-test data were obtained before and after six weeks. The dependent t-test at 0.05 determined the significance of differences between groups. Resistance training improved certain motor fitness components significantly. Resistance training improves the physical performance of adolescent Kabaddi players, highlighting the value of systematic training in motor fitness. The findings can help Kabaddi coaches and trainers with young players.

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Published

12-11-2021

How to Cite

Kumar, A. (2021). The Influence of the Stretch-Shortening Cycle on Motor Fitness Aspects in Adolescent Male Kabaddi Athletes. RESEARCH REVIEW International Journal of Multidisciplinary, 6(11), 92–95. https://doi.org/10.31305/rrijm.2021.v06.i11.016