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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 4, Part D (2017)

Comparision of selected physical fitness components of badminton and basketball players

Author(s)
Kunvar Singh and Dr. Ratnesh Singh
Abstract
Purpose of the present study was to differentiate the badminton and basketball players in relation to selected physical fitness components. 50 male players, among them 25 Badminton and 25 Basketball players from Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya Bilaspur (C.G) were selected as subject during the inter faculty sports week tournament. The physical fitness variables for the present investigation are speed, agility, explosive strength and grip strength. The data was analyzed and compared with the help of SPSS Software in which arithmetic mean, standard deviation, standard error of mean, and t-test used to compare the data. The mean and SD value of Badminton players in comparison to speed were 7.344 and 453 and the mean and SD of Basketball players were 6.682 and .434, the t-value is 5.279. The mean and SD values of Badminton players in relation to agility were 10.542 and 1.182 and the mean and SD values of Basketball players were 8.850 and .662, the t-value is 6.241. To compare the explosive strength the mean and SD values of Badminton players were recorded as 26.369 and 1.516 and the mean and SD values of Basketball players were 29.332 and 1.575, the t-value is 6.775. The mean and SD values of Badminton players of grip strength were 41.166 and 3.338 and the mean and SD values of Basketball players were 36.518 and 2.503, the t-value is 5.567. Significant difference was found between badminton and basketball players in relation to speed (t = 5.279, p<.05). Significant difference was found between badminton and basketball players in compare to agility (t = 6.241, p<.05). Significant difference was found between badminton and basketball players in compare to explosive strength (t = 6.775, p<.05). Significant difference was found between badminton and basketball players in relation to grip strength (t = 5.567, p<.05).
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How to cite this article:
Kunvar Singh and Dr. Ratnesh Singh. Comparision of selected physical fitness components of badminton and basketball players. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(4): 236-240.
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