Warming Up & Athletic Performance - Effect of Different Intensity and Duration of warm up on Athletic Events
by Singh, Gurmeet
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The objectives of the study was to find out the effect of warming up as well as difference between the warm up having different intensity and duration. The data collected on their sprinting jumping and throwing ability on three different occasions i.e. without warm up, first type of warm up and second type of warm up, was computerized. F-test was applied to obtained the desired results. Significant improvement was achieved in the sprinting, jumping and throwing ability of the subjects through warming up, of course with higher intensity and duration of warming up. Significant difference was observed in the two types of warm up to achieve the sprinting Jumping and throwing ability because of the fact that warming up of 15 minutes duration with low intensity did not show significant improvement in the sprinting, jumping and throwing ability except the sprinting ability of male subjects only On the other hand, warming up of 30 minutes duration brought about significant improvement in all the three abilities and all types of sample including total sample i.e. male and female sample, male subject only and female subject only.
Associate Professor & Ex Chairman and Director Sports, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.
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23 September 2014
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.004 m; 0.145 kg