A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELECTED MOTOR FITNESS COMPONENT BETWEEN KHO-KHO PLAYERS AND HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS

Shelendra Kumar Malviya

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The purpose of the present study was to compare the selected motor fitness component between the Kho-Kho Players and Higher Secondary Students. For this 15 male Kho-Kho Players from Government Higher Secondary School, Chawalpani district Chhindwara (M.P.) and 15 Male Higher Secondary students from Government Higher Secondary School, Jhirpa district Chhindwara (M.P.) age between 16-20 years, were selected as subjects for the study. Thus the total number of subjects for the present study were thirty (N = 30). The variables chosen for the study were Speed, Agility and Explosive Leg Strength variables are tested by using 50 yds run, 4×10 yds shuttle run and standing broad jump respectively. ‘t’ test was applied to investigate the existing of significant difference of the variables between Kho-Kho players and Higher Secondary students. The result of the study showed that there was a significant difference in Speed, Agility and Explosive Leg Strength between Kho-Kho players and Higher Secondary students. 


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Speed, Agility and Explosive Leg Strength.

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