EFFECT OF PLYOMETRIC TRAINING ON MUSCULAR STRENGTH AMONG PHYSICAL EDUCATION STUDENTS

C. Sathyaraj, Dr. M. Sundar

Abstract


The purpose of this study to find out the effect of Plyometric training on muscular strength among physical education
students. To achieve the purpose of this study 30 physical education students are selected from The M.D.T Hindu College,
Pettai,Tirunelveli district, Tamil nadu, India. Physical education students are selected randomly as subject and their age group between 19 to 24
years.The selected subjects (N=30) were divided into two groups equally and randomly. Of which Experimental Group I underwent Plyometric
trainingGroup II acted as Control Group. The experimental groups were treated with their respective training. Pre-test was conducted on
selectedMuscular Strength for the two groups. The readings were carefully recorded in their respective unit as pre-test score. Then pre-test
experimental group was treated with Plyometric Training. Training for duration of one hour, three days per week for a period of twelve weeks.The
study effect of physical education students of Plyometric training to find out the mean difference, the Analysis of t-radio.


Keywords


Plyometric training, muscular strength and Physical Education

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