Dr. Kamlesh Sharma and Dr. Anuj Kumar
In more recent years, the emphasis has moved to greater stress on assessing fitness for enhancing performance.
Purpose: The objective of the study was to assess and Body Mass index, aerobic capacity, flexibility and agility among college level judo and volleyball players.
Methodology: For the purpose of the study one hundred judo and volleyball players (N=100) boys were selected from Aryabhatta College, University of Delhi and IGIPESS University of Delhi. The age ranged between 19-23 years, with 50 (n=50) subjects in each judo and volleyball group. Body Mass index, aerobic capacity, flexibility and agility were selected a variable and were measured using height, weight & 20-meter shuttle run, sit and reach test & 10*4 shuttle run respectively.
Statistical Procedure: Descriptive statistics and independent t test was employed to get the results.
Results: There was a significant difference in aerobic capacity, flexibility and agility among judo and volleyball inter collegiate players while there was no significant difference in BMI among judo and volleyball inter collegiate players.
Conclusion: Aerobic capacity, flexibility and agility among judo players was significantly better than volleyball inter collegiate players.
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