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Paper Title: Effect of plyometric exercises in rehabilitation of fast bowlers with ankle injury
Authors Name: Dr. Joginder , Dr. Anu Bansal
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2210081
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 10, October-2022
Abstract: Abstract Background The plyometric training has been proposed to improve the power, strength and speed of the athletes it is commonly used in the rehabilitation of the lower extremity and upper extremity Objective To study the effect of plyometric and strength training in the rehabilitation of ankle injury in u-19 fast bowlers Method This study is performed for six week, in first and second week exercises performed 2 repetition on Thursday and Friday, third and fourth week 3 repetition on Monday, Thursday and Friday, in fifth and sixth week 4 repetition is done on every alternative day. All participants aged between 18-19 years old and playing in respected under-19 level. All players were assigned into 2 groups by fish blowing method. Plyometric group (n=30) and strength training group (n=30). The 40m sprint is analysis by the two way of performance i.e. group and time, the balance is measured by the Y balance test, endurance is measured by the YO YO intermittent recovery test, and vertical jump test is used to measure the jump. And the triple hop test is used to measure the ankle strength and power. Result The plyometric group is significantly improved into 4 outcome variables as compare to the 5 variables (40m sprint (p<0.001), vertical jump (p<0.01), YO Y O (p<0.037) and triple hop(p<0.048) while the strength training group is slightly improved into only one outcome variable( balance (p<0.01) out of 5 outcome variables. Conclusion The plyometric group showed a higher improvement as compare with the strength training group
Keywords: ankle sprain, ankle instability, balance , y o yo ,40m sprint , vertical jump, triple hop
Cite Article: "Effect of plyometric exercises in rehabilitation of fast bowlers with ankle injury", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 10, page no.595 - 602, October-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2210081.pdf
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Country: Gautam budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India
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