EFFECT OF IDIOMOTOR TRAINING AND PROGRESIVE MUSCULR RELAXATION TRAINING ON PLAYING ABILITY OF BADMINTON PLAYERS
Mr. Deepak Singh Kushwah and Dr. Rajeev Chaudhary
To facilitate this study and reach up to the valid conclusion thirty (30) students from Department of Physical Education, Tamilnadu Physical Education Sports University, Chennai were selected as subjects for this study randomly. All the subjects were divided into three equal groups namely Experimental Group I (Ideomotor Training), Experimental Group II (Progressive Muscular Relaxation Training) and Control Group. Eight weeks’ training programme was given to the students of ideomotor training and progressive muscular training in the Department of Physical Education, Tamilnadu Physical Education Sports University, and Chennai. Before administration of ideomotor training and progressive muscular training programme, pre test data were obtained on performance of badminton playing ability through Miller Wall Volley test after completion of 8 weeks programme, which were administered in the month of January, in morning session from 6.00 to 6.50 a.m. The total duration of the experiment was 50 minutes per day. Post test data were collected by employing the standard procedure of the same test of badminton playing ability. After completion of 8 weeks, ideomotor training and progressive muscular relaxation training programme post test data were collected. Pretest and posttest was recorded for the statistical analysis. To compare pre and post test of experimental and control group, analysis of covariance ANCOVA was applied. The results were significant so Post Hoc test was employed at 0.05% level of significance.
Keywords: Ideomotor Training and Progressive Muscular Relaxation Training
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