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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part E (2016)

Effect of six weeks recreation games on selected components of physical fitness on school going children

Author(s)
Md. Lokmam Saikh, Dr. Madhab CH Ghosh
Abstract
Recreation game is one of the most important methods for improvement physical fitness. In the present study, the researcher intended to observe the effect of six weeks recreation training on different components of fitness such as speed, agility and expressive power on school going children. For the present study 51 students were selected as subjects among them 30 were experimental group and 21 were control group. All the subjects were gone through age, height and weight as a personal data and vertical jump for measuring leg explosive power. 4 x 10 m shuttle run for measuring agility and 50 yard dash for measuring speed and explosive power. The experimental group was giving six weeks physical training through recreation game. The data were collected for both groups before experiment and after six weeks experiment. After collecting data statistical calculations were done and the following conclusions were drown – 1. Due to six weeks recreational training explosive power improves the experimental group in case of control group no improvement was observed. 2. Due to six weeks recreational training speed improves the experimental group, in case control groups no improvement was observed. 3. Six weeks recreational training effect was observed in case of agility performance improvement of experimental group; in case of control group no improvement was observed.
Pages: 283-286  |  685 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Md. Lokmam Saikh, Dr. Madhab CH Ghosh. Effect of six weeks recreation games on selected components of physical fitness on school going children. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(3): 283-286.
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