Analysis of selected physical fitness variables of large area middle area and small area games inter district school level players
Author(s): S Senthilkumar and Dr. PK Kavithashri
Abstract: Physical fitness is generally performance related sports and games various skills of abilities than an individual possesses in order to perform specific types of physical activity efficiently and effectively. Fitness includes the mental, emotional, social as well as the physical aspects and all these components of total fitness play a significant role for a full and happy life fitness achieving proficiency in the various motor skills some on who is not natural athlete con still be extremely fit it. Includes five basic components they are cardio respiratory endurance muscular strength flexibility and body composition participating in sports activities improve these fitness components often requires certain motor skills like agility, balance, co-ordination explosive power, speed and reaction time. The purpose of this study was to find out status of the selected physical fitness variables namely speed, agility and leg explosive strength inter distric school level large area, middle area and small area games players. Toachive this purpose a total of ninety subjects and in various size area games namely large area games namely football and hockey (N=30), middle area games namely basketball and handball (N=30) small area games namely volleyball and throwball (N=30), players from inter district schools Tamilnadu. They were selected by purposive sampling method. Their age ranged between16 to 18 years. Physical fitness variables namely speed, agility and leg explosive strength were selected as dependent variables. Speed is measure using 50 yards run agility using measure 4x10m shuttle run and leg explosive strength is measure using vertical jump tests.
S Senthilkumar, Dr. PK Kavithashri. Analysis of selected physical fitness variables of large area middle area and small area games inter district school level players. J Sports Sci Nutr 2020;1(2):22-25.