International Journal of Advanced Educational Research

International Journal of Advanced Educational Research


International Journal of Advanced Educational Research
International Journal of Advanced Educational Research
Vol. 3, Issue 2 (2018)

A correlation study of selected anthropometric variables with arm and shoulder strength of intercollegiate men javelin throwers


Dr. Sudhakara G

The purpose of the study is to correlate the selected anthropometric variables with arm and shoulder strength of inter-collegiate men javelin throwers. Methodology: to achieve the purpose 25 inter-collegiate men javelin throwers were selected as the subjects. During inter collegiate athlatic championship of law University the ranging age of 18 to 25 years were selected for the study. The arm and shoulder strength was measured with the push-up test score was measured in total number of pushups performed by the subject was recorded. Selected anthropometric variable such as Body weight was measured by weighing machine and the score was measured in kilograms. Standing Height was measured by stadiometer and the score was measured in cm. arm length, forearm length, leg length, chest girth, shoulder circumference upper arm girth, forearm circumference, and thigh girth were measured by gullick tape and scores was recorded in cm. For analysis and interpretation of data, the investigator was used Pearson Product Moment Correlation statistical techniques with the help of SSPSS analytic software. Results: There Were Significant Relationship Found Between selected anthropometric variables with arm and shoulder strength of inter-collegiate men javelin throwers.
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Dr. Sudhakara G. A correlation study of selected anthropometric variables with arm and shoulder strength of intercollegiate men javelin throwers. International Journal of Advanced Educational Research, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2018, Pages 52-53
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