Effect of Circuit and Plyometric Training on Selected Motor Ability Components Among College Level Men Handball Players
The Aim Of The Study Was Examine Effect Of Circuit And Plyometric Training On Selected Motor Ability Components Among College Level Men Handball Players. For The Present Investigation 45 Men Handball Players Were Selected Randomly From Various Departments Of S.R.M University, Their Age Ranged From 18 To 25 Years. Six Weeks Training Was Given For All The Experimental Groups, The Selected Subjects Were Divided Into Three Equal Groups Experimental Group I Acted As Circuit Training, Experimental Group Ii Acted As Plyometric Training And Group Iii Acted As Control Group. The Experimental Groups Were Participated Six Weeks Training Program Except Control Group. The Following Dependent Variables Namely Such As Speed, Agility, Explosive Power. Selected Bio Motor Ability Components Speed Was Test By 50 Meter Dash Unit Of Measurement In Seconds, Agility Was Test By Shuttle Run Unit Of Measurement In Seconds And Explosive Power Was Test By Standing Broad Jump Unit Of Measurement In Meters. To Find Out The Significant Effects Of Circuit And Plyometric Training On Selected Motor Ability Components Were Analyzed With Ancova Technique. When The F-Ratio Was Found To Be Significant, Scheffe's Post Hoc Test Was Applied To Test Which Of The Possible Comparison Among The Mean Is Significant. The Motor Ability Component Speed, Agility And Explosive Power Was Significantly Got Improvement Due To Six Weeks Of Circuit Training (Experimental Group - I) & Plyometric Training (Experimental Group - Ii) Among Handball Players Comparing To The Control Group. The Plyometric Training Group Showed A Better Improvement Than Circuit Training Group.