A comparative study of effect of plyometric training and weight training on the skills of hockey players
Aim. To find out the comparative effect of plyometric training and weight training on the skills of Hockey players, twenty (N=20) men subjects were selected from R.P. Physical Teachers Training College, Bhinder, Udaipur. They were equally divided randomly into two groups. Group A underwent weight training programme, while Group B underwent plyometric training programme for 3 alternate days per week for a total period of six weeks. The data collected on the shooting and throw-in skills from the subjects before and after the training as pretest and post test scores were statistically treated by applying dependent‘t’ test. The results revealed that both the training methods were effective in improving the performance in the selected skills of Hockey players.
CP Singh. A comparative study of effect of plyometric training and weight training on the skills of hockey players. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 5, Issue 5, 2020, Pages 27-28