Collusion of Different Ground Surface of Plyometric with Aerobic Training on Selected Agility and Explosive Power Among School Boys Volleyball Players

  • R.Manoranjith, Dr.T.Arun Prasanna, Prof.S.Nagarajan

Abstract

             The study aims to examine the collusion of different ground surface of plyometric training with aerobic training on selected agility and explosive power among school boys volleyball players. To achieve the purpose of the study forty five (N=45) school boys volleyball players were selected randomly as subjects from Madurai city, Tamilnadu, India aged between 14 to 18 years. Three groups with fifteen subjects each were selected randomly and named as experimental group - I Plyometric training with aerobic training on indoor surface group, experimental group - II Plyometric training with aerobic training on indoor surface group and group – III control group. The subjects were tested before and after the eight weeks of experimentation. The Plyometric training with aerobic training on indoor and outdoor surface group were selected as training protocol. The Plyometric training with aerobic training on indoor and outdoor ground surface was given based on agility and explosive power given in each exercises and sets, and the load was administered between 5 to 10 repetitions in a set with the time labs of 25 to 20 seconds for a set. The training protocol was followed by proper warming up and cooling down regime. The obtained data from the experimental and control group with the initial and final readings were analyzed statistically with analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) and Scheffe’s post hoc test was applied to examine the difference between groups and testing condition. The level of confidence was fixed 0.05. Result of the experimental group had significant improvement on agility and explosive power when compared to control group.

Published
2020-02-27
How to Cite
Prof.S.Nagarajan, R. D. P. (2020). Collusion of Different Ground Surface of Plyometric with Aerobic Training on Selected Agility and Explosive Power Among School Boys Volleyball Players. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 3827 - 3833. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/5096
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