A STUDY OF LINEAR MEASUREMENTS OF DISTRICT CHAMPION BOYS ATHLETE OF WEST BENGAL

Dr. Ashim Kumar Bose, Avijit Rudra

Abstract


The subjects of the present study were 60 district champion boys athlete of sixteen district of West Bengal. Their age ranged between 9 to 11 years. The number of subjects in Group - A (9 years) was 20, in Group - B (10 years) was 22 and in Group - C (11 years) was 18. The purpose of the study was to analyse and compare the age wise differences, in selected anthropometric and body composition among 9 years, 10 years and 11 years boys athletes.. It appears that the 11 years old boys had significantly higher body weight than 9 years and 10 years respectively. So, far height is concerned, no significant difference was found between 9 years and 10 years of district champion boys’ athlete.

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Anthropometric Measurements, Physical Fitness

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