Athlete’s Leg Strength and Muscular Strength Output in Response to Kettlebell Training
- Kettlebell Training,
- Leg strength,
- muscular strength and Athletes
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The main principle of this study was to discover the athlete’s leg strength and muscular strength output in response to kettlebell training. To accomplish this purpose of the study thirty college level men athletes from Agricultural College and Research institute, Eachangkottai, Thanjavur, Tamilnadu, India were randomly selected as subjects. Their age ranged in between 18 and 25 years. The subjects were separated into two groups namely kettlebell group and control group. The kettlebell group was subjected to kettlebell training (for weekly three days monday, wednesday, friday) at evening session for six weeks. Leg strength and muscular strength was selected as dependent variable. After the compilation of proper data, it was statistically analyzed by using paired‘t’ test. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The result of the current study showed that the kettlebell training has significant development on leg strength and muscular strength of athletes.
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