A BRIEF STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF SPECIAL PLYOMETRIC TRAINING, SKILL DEVELOPMENT, AND GROUPING TRAINING ON SELECTED BIO MOTOR, BIO CHEMICAL, AND PERFORMANCE VARIABLES AMONG SPORTS PERSON
Dr. Pradeep S. Patil
Assistant Professor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Physical Education Pune-43 Maharashtra, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor, Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University), College of Physical Education, Dhankawadi, Pune (Maharashtra), India.
Dr.Sandip Shamrao Patil
Director of Physical Education, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology Rajaramnagar Islampur, Tal-Walwa Dist-Sangli.Maharashtra, India, E-mail: sandip.patil@rit .india.edu
The reason for the review was to think about the impacts of plyometric preparing, yogic activities and expertise skill development training preparing selected bio motor, bio chemical and performance among sports individual. To accomplish the reason for the review, absolutely sixty school going sports players were chosen as subjects from 4 different schools. In that, 15players are chosen from each school and their age went from 17 to 23 years. The subjects were partitioned into four equivalent gatherings of fifteen sports players each. Bunch I went about as Experimental Group I (Plyometric preparing), Group II went about as Experimental Group II (Yogic activities), and Group III went about as Experimental Group III (Skill training) Group IV went about as and Control Group. The length of exploratory period was 12 weeks. The pre-test and post test scores were exposed to measurable investigation utilizing Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) to figure out the importance among the mean distinctions, at whatever point the ‘F’ proportion for changed test was viewed as huge; Scheffe’s post hoc test was utilized. In all cases 0.05 degree of certainty was fixed to test theories. In contrasting the impact of trial bunches on response time, visual convenience and profundity discernment from the got f-proportions, it was seen that every one of the gatherings delivered comparable result. Total Cholesterol was used as the dependent variable for this study (TC). The calorie-metric approach was used to measure total cholesterol (TC). All of the subjects were examined for each of the chosen factors both before and right after the training. ANCOVA was used to collect and statistically evaluate the data. To ascertain whether there was a significant difference between the matched means, Scheffe’s post hoc test was used. The study’s findings revealed a substantial difference in the total cholesterol levels among all experimental groups, including those who underwent plyometric training, skill training, and combined plyometric and skill training (TC). Additionally, the study’s findings demonstrated that the combined plyometric and skill training group
Keywords: Plyometric training, yogic exercises, game specific training, sports player