International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 7, Part I (2016)
Effects of saq training on selected physical fitness parameters and kicking ability of high school level football players
M Karthick, Dr. T Radhakrishnan and Dr. S Kishore Kumar
Objective: This study was designed to investigate effects of SAQ training on selected physical fitness parameters and kicking ability of High School Level male Football Players. To achieve the purpose of the study (N=30) High School Level male Football Players were selected from Government Higher Secondary School, Thummanatty, The Nilgiris.
Methods: The subjects will be randomly assigned to two equal groups (n=15). Group- I SAQ Training (SAQTG) and Group - II was act as a control group (CG). The selected selected physical fitness parameters were speed (50 m) and agility (10 X4) kicking ability (Warner soccer test). The initial test was taken for both the groups. After the initial test respective training was given to the experimental groups for 3 days per week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) days the period of twelve weeks. The control group was not be given any sort of training except their routine. The data collected from the subjects was statistically analyzed with‘t’ ratio to find out significant improvement if any at 0.05 level of confidence.
Results: The result of this speed, agility and kicking ability improved significantly due to effects of SAQ training with the limitation of ( diet, climate, life style ) status and previous training the result of the present study coincide findings of the investigation don by different experts in the field of sports sciences.
Conclusion: Due to the influence of effects of SAQ training significantly improved selected physical fitness parameters and kicking ability of High School Level male Football Players.
How to cite this article:
M Karthick, Dr. T Radhakrishnan and Dr. S Kishore Kumar. Effects of saq training on selected physical fitness parameters and kicking ability of high school level football players. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(7): 600-602.