Volume : II, Issue : VIII, August - 2013

Motor Fitness Components and Skill Performance of University Represented and Non Represented of Women Hockey Players

R. Barathiraj

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Sports play a very prominent role in the modern society. It is important to individuals, a group, a nation and indeed the world. Throughout the world, sport has a popular appeal among people of all ages and both sexes. Regular physical activity improves your physical and emotional well being whether you are young or old. Improved physical capacity resulting from properly conducted exercise programs can help older adults do regular daily activities as well as recreation or sports. To achieve this purpose thirty (N=30) women hockey players those university participated (n=15)and non university participated (n=15) selected random sampling method from Department of physical education, Annamalai University. The subjectís age ranged between 18 to 25 years The selected dependent motor fitness variables are explosive power and muscular endurance and skill performance variables are scooping and dodging. The collected data analyzed with Independent Ďtí test. The level of significant fixed at 0.05 level. The result of the study shows that no difference between university and non university represented players of motor fitness, and skill performance variables are scooping, dodging better university represented players compŚ than university non represented players.

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R. Barathiraj / Motor Fitness Components and Skill Performance of University Represented and Non Represented of Women Hockey Players / Global Journal For Research Analysis, Vol:2, Issue:8 August 2013


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