Performance of junior college female throw ball players
The study was formulated has pre and post test random group design. In which 60 subject were divided in to three equal groups. The experimental group I (N-2O TRPT group) Throw ball specific training performed with Rresistance training and Plyometrics Training group, the experimental group11 (N-2O GTRP group) General Training group performed the Regular skill Practice. (N-2O control group) they did not practice any specific training .The testing session involved performing a battery of selected skill related test and performance related test warm-up of 10 minute was given and stretching was also given before and after conducting of test. Testing occurred before and after the 12 weeks training regimen. In the present was to determined the increase of mean in each variable from base line to post treatment, the statistical tool used for these are ‘t’ ratio was used, analysis of co- variance was applied to determine deference between groups the scheffe’s post of test was used to find out which treatment used in the present study was the source for the significance of adjusted post test means.Result of the study: throw ball specific training performed with resistance training and plyometrics training would significantly better than General Training group performed the regular skill practice and control group on selected performance variables and skill performance variables of junior college male players.