Effect of Different Intensities of Specific Sprint Training Programme on Speed among School Athletes

Abstract :

The aim of the study was to find out the effect of different intensities on specific Sprint Training Programme on
speed among school Athletes. For this purpose forty five (45) male students (n-45) were selected as subject ranged from 15-17 years. The selected subjects were divided in to three equal groups of fifteen subjects each (N-15) namely experimental group I – low intensity specific sprint training group (LISSTG), Group (II) underwent high intensity specific sprint training group (HISSTG) and Group III acted as control group (CG). During the training period the experimental group underwent their respective training programme for 12 weeks, 5 days per week. Speed was selected as dependent variable. Analysis of convince (ANCOVA) was used to analysis the data. Scheffes test was used as a post hoc test to determine which at the paired mean difference significantly. The result of the study revealed that both the groups produced significant improvement on speed (0.05) as compared to control group.

Author Name : Sinoj Joseph & Dr. Sunilkumar. S

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.803383

Keywords: Different Intensity Training (DTG) Specific Sprint Training (STG) speed.






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