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Authors Name: Mr. Bishan Biswas , Dr. Ashoke Mukherjee
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 10, October-2022
Abstract: Context: Neuromuscular training program (NMTP) enhanced performance in various sports. Evidence is needed to show the effect of NMTP on Basketball (BB) playing ability. Aim & Objective: To determine the effect of 6 weeks of progressive NMTP on BB playing ability. Design: Randomized Controlled Trial. Setting: Basketball Court and Gymnasium. Patients or Other Participants: 08 (eight) district-level male BB players (EG – 04 & CG - 04) aged 19-25 years. Main Outcome Measure(s): The Johnson BB ability test items, namely shooting ability, throwing accuracy, and dribbling ability through field goal speed test, BB throw for accuracy, and BB dribble test, respectively, have been tested within two days before and after the training to find out the effectiveness of NMTP plus BB practice in EG and only BB practice in CG. Summing up the scores of all three test items calculates the overall BB ability. Results: The post-test performance of shooting ability ('F' – 29.67), dribbling ability ('F' – 25.63), and overall BB ability ('F' – 12.22) significantly improved due to progressive NMTP plus regular BB practices in EG but not for throwing accuracy ('F' - 0.49). CG did not show any significant improvement. Conclusions: Progressive NMTP significantly improved various aspects of physical, motoric, and musculoskeletal fitness which in turn developed the neuromuscular fitness of BB players. Regular BB practices developed various psychological aspects along with skills. The post-test performance of the EG than the CG established that basketball playing ability not only depends on psychological and technical development but also needs well-developed neuromuscular fitness to execute the skills flawlessly. So the neuromuscular training program should be incorporated along with regular basketball practices to improve basketball playing ability.
Keywords: Progressive neuromuscular training program, Neuromuscular fitness, Basketball playing ability.
Cite Article: "EFFECT OF NEUROMUSCULAR TRAINING ON BASKETBALL PLAYING ABILITY", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 10, page no.25 - 33, October-2022, Available :
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