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Research Paper | Physical Education | India | Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016
Effect of Proprioceptive Training on Static Balance and Dynamic Balance of Junior Hockey Players
P. Senthil Rajkumar | Dr. T. Radhakrishnan
Abstract: Proprioceptive training is important and an essential training tool for elite athletes to the everyday person. To achieve this purpose, 40 junior hockey players were selected randomly as subjects for this present study. The subjects selected (N=40), were assigned randomly into two groups namely experimental group-1and control group, consisting of 20 each. Thus they were named experimental group-1 as Proprioceptive Training Group (PTG), and Control Group (CG). Their age was fixed in the range of 14 16 years. PTG underwent proprioceptive training programme for three days a week for about twelve weeks. Subjects in the control group were not engaged in any activity. Before and after the training period data will be taken to all the subjects. The collected data were processed with Paired t-test was used. The obtained result was tested at 0.05 level of significance. The results of the study show that experimental group shows better improvement on static balance and dynamic balance when compared to control group.
Keywords: Proprioceptive training, static balance and dynamic balance
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 8, August 2016,
Pages: 936 - 939
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