Volume : 3, Issue : 3, AUG 2019

COMPARISON BETWEEN EFFECT OF TWO WEEK PLYOMETRIC V/S TRADITIONAL WEIGHT BEARING EXERCISE FOR THE LOWER LEG IN FOOTBALL PLAYER’S

Dr. Nidhi Shukla, Shivam Vishwakarma, Amit Gautam, Vanadana Kumari, Kalpana

Abstract

Purpose: comparison between effect of two week plyometric v/s traditional weight bearing exercise for the lower leg in football player’s.  Subjects and method: 22 subjects were included in this study. They were assigned into two groups by inclusion and exclusion criteria (n=11 per group) group A (experimental group) in this group included football player and group B (experimental group) in this group included football player. Plyometric and traditional weight bearing exercise were done in this study. Result: comparison between Group-A (Plyometric Exercises) &Group-B (Traditional Weight Bearing Exercises); Which shows Group-A (Plyometric Exercises)  is having no better results in compare to Group-B (Traditional Weight Bearing Exercises); the p-value is <0.001. Conclusion: Hence we concluded that Overall, based on results of this study and previous research, it can be said that different types of plyometric exercises & Traditional Weight bearing may cause positive effects on lower extremity muscle power among young football players, and that  there is no significant difference between methods applied. Hence null hypothesis accepted & alternative hypothesis rejected.

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BMI:-body mass density.

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