International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part I (2018)
Exploring impact of medicine ball exercises among handball players of Nagpur district
Handball, game played between two teams of 7 or 11 players who try to throw or hit an inflated ball into a goal at either end of a rectangular playing area while preventing their opponents from doing so. A game consists of two 30-minute halves with an intermission, and players wear no protective equipment. The ball is moved by passing, dribbling, or hitting it with any part of the body above the knee. In handball, only the goalkeeper may kick the ball. Running more than three steps with the ball and holding it longer than three seconds are illegal. Medicine ball training can be effective in improving muscular power, and movement velocity is a critical factor in power development. A total of 30 National Handball players were considered as the sample of the study who were aged above 16 years were considered as participated in nationals. All these subjects are receiving regular and systematic training from qualified coaches and proper Nutritional diet at National camps. The subjects were made to do medicine ball exercises training daily for six weeks. To assess the shooting efficiency the five Jump shot and five Standing Shot were taken in Pre Test and Post Test. There is a significance difference among Handball Players in related the Medicine Ball Training to improve their Strength ability and Shooting Efficiency. It is concluded that due to medicine ball exercises there is a improvement of shooting efficiency among Handball Players.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Vasant Vishram Rathod. Exploring impact of medicine ball exercises among handball players of Nagpur district. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(3):558-559.