Marina L, Balaji Naik N, Priyadarshini, Dr. T Parasuraman and Dr. B Selvamuthukrishnan
The purpose of this study was to find out effect of skill specific drill training on selected skill variables among basketball players. To achieve the purpose of this study N = 40 participants were selected from Delhi public school, Bangalore, Karnataka. Further they were classified at random in two equal groups of 20 (n = 20) subjects each. Group - I (Experimental Group) underwent skill specific drill training thrice in a week for six weeks, and each section lasted for 45 minutes and the Group - II - that was a control group (CG) did not undergo any special training apart from the regular exercises. Both groups were assessed on the selected variables (Push Pass and Shooting) before and immediately after the six-week training period. Statistical analysis, utilizing analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), was conducted to determine any significant differences. A confidence level of 0.05 was established to test the significance of the observed differences. The findings contribute to the understanding of the role of skill-specific drill training in optimizing skill variables and may have implications for basketball training programs and player development strategies.
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