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Masters Thesis | Sports and Fitness | India | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023
Effect of Counter Movement Jump Training on Vertical Jump Performance among Kabaddi Players
Parth M. Patel | Dr. Sarfaraznawaz F. Shah | Anjali Pandoriya
Abstract: Background: Kabaddi players need to possess exceptional physical stamina, agility, individual proficiency, neuromuscular coordination, rapid reflexes, intelligence, mental fortitude, and presence of mind. The countermovement jump training is a straightforward, practical, valid, and repeatable of lower-body muscle strength. Vertical jumping is a difficult human movement that necessitates a high level of motor coordination between the upper and lower body segments. Method: 39 kabaddi players were selected on basis of inclusion and exclusion criteria and receive counter movement jump (CMJ) training session for 6 weeks 3 sessions per week, along with 10 minutes warm-up exercise before training and 10 minutes cool-down period after training. Pre and post measurement of vertical jump test were taken. Result: within group comparison of pre and post treatment and shows there was significant improvement in vertical jump test (P< 0.05). Conclusion: the counter movement jump training is improving vertical jump performance in kabaddi players.
Keywords: KABADDI, CMJ, power, verticle jump test
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,
Pages: 432 - 436