A study on the effects of vertical, horizontal and combination of athletic power and speed training on sprinting and jumping performance of college athletes
Adapa Mohan Raju, N Vijay Mohan
The Purposive sampling technique was used to select eighty men students studying in Degree Colleges in Visakhapatnam District. After preparing a list of subjects ranged from Seventeen to Twenty one years of age, the investigator checked the health record of these subjects maintained by the college and also at his own level with the help of a qualified Doctor who conducted medical tests to ensure that the subjects were medically fit to undergo the type of training programme, they were further subjected to qualify in Depth Jump and Reach performance test. From the ninety two subjects five were unable to perform depth jumping efficiently. Then eighty subjects were selected by dropping the seven extreme scores that were farthest from the median 17.4 (Appendix-A). Mean and standard deviation for 87 subjects was 17.58 and +2.54 respectively. These values were remained 17.43 and +2.02 for selected eighty subjects.
Adapa Mohan Raju, N Vijay Mohan. A study on the effects of vertical, horizontal and combination of athletic power and speed training on sprinting and jumping performance of college athletes. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 25-32