EFFECT OF COMPLEX TRAINING ON ARM EXPLOSIVE POWER AMONG COLLEGE MEN STUDENTS

G. Ashok kumar, Dr.M. Sundar

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of complex training on selected arm explosive power among college
men students. To achieve this purpose of this study, 30 men college students from Alagappa University College of
physical education, Karaikudi were selected as subjects at random. Their age range between 21 to 25years. The selected subjects were divided in
to two equal groups of fifteen each namely complex training group and control group. The experimental group underwent twelve weeks of
training program, whereas the control group maintained their daily routine activities and no special training was given to them. The subject of the
two groups were tested on selected arm explosive power using seated medicine ball throw respectively before and immediately after the training
period. The collected data were analyzed statistically through analysis of ''t'' test to find out the significant improvement between pre and post-test
means of both groups. if any, among the groups. The .05 level of significance was fixed to test the level of significance which was considered an
appropriate. The results of the study showed that complex training group showed significant improvement on arm explosive power variables
when compared to the control group.


Keywords


Complex training, arm explosive power, medicine ball

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