Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students


Title: Abstract Book
Author: NA
Keyword: Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students
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Title: Conference Proceeding -I
Author: Dr. Krashna Govind Pandey & Dr. Amit Pratap Singh
Keyword: National Conference Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students
Page No: 28-33


Title: Conference Proceeding- II
Author: Dr. sharda kashyap
Keyword: National Conference Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students
Page No: 34-36


Title: Conference Proceeding- III
Author: Dr. Santosh Vajpeyi
Keyword: Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students
Page No: 37-40


Title: Conference Proceeding- IV
Author: Dr. Basant Anchal
Keyword: Advance Technique For Enhancement of Fitness, Wellness and Sports Skill Special Reference of Tribal Students
Page No: 41-43


Title: PERSONALITY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS: A SURVEY
Author: Rajib Dey, C. D. Agashe
Keyword: Personality (Physical, social, psychological)
Page No: 58-61


Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF CONFIDENCE BETWEEN HOCKEY PLAYERS AND FOOTBALL PLAYERS
Author: Alok Kumar Singh
Keyword: Self-confidence, Hockey & football players
Page No: 62-66


Title: ADVANCE TECHNIQUES FOR ENHANCEMENT OF FITNESS FOR TRIBAL STUDENTS
Author: Shashi Duhlani, Ankita Khankhoje
Keyword: Health behavior, lifestyle
Page No: 67-69


Title: EFFECT OF EYE-HAND COORDINATION ON SHOOTING SKILLS OF TRIBAL AND NON TRIBAL MALE ARCHERS
Author: Dr. Ashish Diwan
Keyword: Eye-hand coordination,Tribal
Page No: 70-73


Title: MOTOR COORDINATIVE ABILITY OF MALE KABADDI PLAYERS ON CLAY AND MAT PLAYING SURFACE
Author: Jaishankar Yadav
Keyword: kabaddi, Cooper’s JCR test
Page No: 84-85
Abstract: The present study assessed the motor coordinative ability of male kabaddi players on different playing surfaces i.e. clay and mat. To conduct the study, 50 male kabaddi players who took part in any na tional level kabaddi tournaments were selected randomly. The age range of the subjects was 18-25 years. The selection of subjects was done from players of such teams who stood in top four places of national tournament. To assess motor coordinative ability i.e. agility of the selected male kabaddi players, Shuttle Run test item of Cooper’s JCR test (1974) was used. This test is performed twice by a subject i.e. on clay and mat surface respectively. Paired sample ‘t’ test reveals that shuttle run timings of selected subjects was significantly less on clay surface as compared to mat. It was concluded that playing surface affect motor coordinative ability of male kabaddi players.Download PDF