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Effect of plyometric exercise on vertical jump performance of inter collegiate player

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Dr. K. Usha Rani
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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Plyometric is another type of body weight exercise that is taking on popularity among women. It is a form of exercise training designed to produce quick and powerful movements. It is a form of exercise training designed to produce quick and powerful movements. Plyometric training is a high intensity work out and only well conditioned athletes should use them as a training tool. Even then athletes should be under the supervision of a qualified coach or trainer. It is also suggested athletes check themselves for signs of injury and over training. Contractions are what cause muscles to move. The importance of plyometric revolves around the basic concept that a pre-stretched muscle is capable of generating more force. It is also proven that plyometric training mixed with strength training can result in greater gains in both. Plyometric training will bridge the gap between strength and speed. It will benefit athletes of all lone correctly. The purpose of this study was to find out the effect of plyometric exercise on vertical jump performance of inter collegiate players. To achieve this purpose of the study twenty five volleyball players and twenty five non volley ball inter collegiate players of Alagappa University College of Physical Education, Karaikudi were randomly selected as subject. The group was equated based on the initial test. The standing broad jump was used to equate the group. Each group fifteen players were selected for research. The age group of the subjects was between 22 years to 25 years. Experimental design, equated group design was used. Control group was not subjected to any treatment. Experimental group was subject to the experimental treatment At the end of six weeks of experiments, the vertical jump performance of the control and experimental groups were taken. The collected data were subjected to statistical analysis. The‘t’ ratio was used. Conclusion: Based on the limitation, delimitation of the study it was concluded that plyometric exercise improves the vertical jump performance of the players.

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