International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part B (2014)
Assessment of self confidence level of national level wrestlers
Anmol, Ravinder Kumar
Wrestling in India is considered as one of the most ancient and oldest sports, and has glorious past. The purpose of the study was to compare the Assessment of Self Confidence of National Level Male Wrestlers (sub-junior, junior and senior). For the present study, total 60 male Wrestling players, 20 from each level of participation i.e. Sub-junior, junior and senior were selected as subjects from different clubs in India. Data was collected through the Sports Confidence Inventory Self Confidence of National Level male wrestling players of different levels. Descriptive statistics was used and analysis of variance was used at .05 level of significance and to compare the Self Confidence of wrestling players of different level of participation. The result revealed that there was insignificant difference found among wrestling players of different levels (sub-junior, junior and senior) in relation to Self Confidence and on the basis of result it was concluded that senior wrestling players were having greater Self Confidence in comparison to sub-junior, junior wrestling players.
How to cite this article:
Anmol, Ravinder Kumar. Assessment of self confidence level of national level wrestlers. Int J Appl Res 2014;1(1):53-55.