Effect of plyometric and weight training on speed performance of judo players
The literatures relevant to the present study of effect of Plyometric Training and Weight Training on development of speed quality among judo players which have been collected from different sources of references are described in this chapter. To execute this investigation the research scholar randomly selected Twenty four judo women players s from Sengunthar Arts & Science, Tiruchengode belonging to the age group of 18 to 21 years. They were randomly divided into three groups of each group into eight subjects. Group I underwent Plyometric Training, Group II underwent Weight Training and Group III underwent Control group, for duration of Six weeks. Based on the relevant literature reviewed and in accordance with view of profession physical educators, the following speed variable were selected for performance of plyometric training and weight training in this study. To establish reliability test and retest method was applied five students in Sengunthar Arts and Science, Tiruchengode were tested on selected dependent variable. The Intra class co-efficient of data and are presented. The Training was assigned three days per six weeks of group I group II. The training was not given the control group. Pre and Post test was conducted on the criterion measures at the beginning and end of the experimental training programme. Analysis of co-variance statistical technique was used to test the adjusted post- test mean difference among the experimental groups. If the adjusted post- test results were significant level of 0.05.
K Venkatachalam. Effect of plyometric and weight training on speed performance of judo players. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 2, Issue 10, 2015, Pages 510-512