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Research Paper | Physical Education | India | Volume 5 Issue 6, June 2016
An Assessment of Physical and Physiological Effect of Training Programme on Female Hockey Players
Dr. Sujay Bisht
Abstract: The purpose of the study was to assess the effect of training on selected physical and physiological variables on womens field hockey players were selected from Madhya Pradesh state womens hockey academy, Gwalior. The study involved 30 female field hockey players and age level ranged from 16 to 21 years. These hockey players had represented various national and international tournaments. Speed, agility, vital capacity & Vo2 max were selected as a variable. one year long term training programme was adopted and data were collected in different phase of training. The collected data was statistically analyzed by using ANOVA (F-Ratio) and level of significance was 0.05. The analysis exhibits that speed, agility, Vital capacity & Vo2max were found significant among the group. The calculated F- ratio for speed (3.32), agility (8.23), vital capacity (27.09) & Vo2 max (8.08) was significant at 0.05 levels. On the basis of the analysis of data and the limitation of the present study, speed result showed better performance in post preparatory phase (PPP) timing of the subject was decrease accordingly from preparatory to competition phase and with regards to agility it showed positive effect of training in different phase of training. On the other hand physiological variables i. e. vital capacity (27.09) and Vo2 max (8.08) were found significant. It was found vital capacity highly improves mainly after preparatory phase of training. There was significant effect of training on Vo2 max mainly after competition phase and other phase also noticed significant improvement too.
Keywords: vital capacity & Vo2 max
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 6, June 2016,
Pages: 11 - 14
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