Jaya Rao Palaparthi, Dr. P Johnson
The present study explores the impact of 12 weeks Fartlek training and Circuit training on explosive power among men kho kho players. district, state, inter collegiate, inter university and national level and international participated male kho kho players chosen from kho kho academy at J Panguluru, Inkollu Mandal, Prakasam district, Andhra Pradesh, India. The chosen N=33 kho kho player’s age ranged from 17-24 years as per their academy record. The chosen male kho kho players randomly and equally distributed n=11 into 3-groups namely Fartlek training group [FLTG=11], Circuit training group [CTG=11] and control group [CONG=11]. All the three groups’ kho kho players’ measurement on explosive power parameter score were collected in the beginning and after the 12-weeks of fartlek training and circuit training. The collected measurement of explosive power parameter was analyzed by analysis of covariance to find the significant in pretest and posttest mean and adjusted posttest means found significant post hoc pair wise comparison was applied by scheffe’s post hoc test at 0.05 fixed level of confidence by used statistical package of the social science. The present study found that standing broad jump performance test distance significantly increased in treatment groups namely FLTG [Fartlek Training Group] and CTG [Circuit Training Group] kho kho players when comparison between pre score and post score on explosive power. Further it was concluded that CTG kho kho players shown best performance in standing broad jump when comparison with FLTG kho kho players and CONG [Control group] kho kho players.
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