Effects of Specific Training and Cross Training on the Development of Skill Performance Variables of the Inter Collegiate Male Hockey Players

Abstract :

The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of specific training and cross training on the development of
Dribble, Hitting and Pushing of the inter-collegiate male hockey players. Forty five inter collegiate hockey players were selected as subjects from Bengaluru region at random to achieve the purpose of the study. Their ages ranged from 18-21 years. (The selected variables of skill performance are also analyzed by using the appropriate statistical tools). The composed data on the criterion measures are treated by dribble and Hitting test and Dribble and Pushing test. The collected data are statistically analyzed by the ‘t’ ratio and one way analysis of variance test and the level of significance for the study is 0.05 level. The results reveal that there is a significant difference in the skill performances of the intercollegiate male hockey players.

Author Name:  Poovaiah, N.K & Dr.M.Govindaraj

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.841935

Keywords: Cross Training, Specific Training, Dribble, Hitting and Pushing.






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