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A Comparative Analysis of Motor Fitness Components of Throwers: A Foundation for Success

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Physical Education, S.N. College, Banga, Punjab, India
  • 2Department of Physical Education (T), Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, Punjab, INDIA
  • 3Department of Physical Education, Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, Punjab, INDIA
  • 4Department of Physical Education, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab, INDIA

Res. J. of Physical Education Sci., Volume 2, Issue (10), Pages 22-24, October,23 (2014)


Thus the aim of this study was to determine the comparative analysis of motor fitness components of throwers. To obtain data, the investigators had selected sixty (N=60), Male Inter-College and Inter-University Level throwers between the age group of 18-25 years were selected. The subjects were purposively assigned into three groups: Group-A: Throwers (n1=60) Inter-College (n1a=30) and Inter-University (n1b=30). To determine the significant differences of motor fitness components between Inter-College and Inter- University Throwers, unpaired t-test was employed for data analyses. To test the hypothesis, the level of significance was set at 0.05. To conclude, it is significant to mention in relation to motor fitness components that insignificant differences occur between Inter-College and Inter-University Throwers on the sub variable Balance and Flexibility. However, the significant differences occur between Inter-College and Inter-University Throwers on the sub variable agility, speed and explosive strength.


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