Correlations of Biomechanical Characteristics with Ball Speed in Penalty Corner Push-In Effect of Circuit Training and Circuit Weight Training With and Without Protein Supplementation on Coronary Heart Risk Factor of College Men Players

K Jayachandran
2014 International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies   unpublished
The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of circuit training and circuit weight training with and without protein supplementation on coronary heart risk factor of college men players. The study was conducted on sixty (N=60) college students studying in the Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamil Nadu were selected as subjects. The age of the subjects were ranged from 18 to 21 years. The subjects were assigned at random into
more » ... d at random into four groups of fifteen each (n=15). Group-I underwent Circuit Training with supplementation of protein, Group-II underwent Circuit Training without supplementation of protein, Group-III underwent Circuit weight Training with supplementation of protein and Group-IV underwent Circuit weight Training without supplementation of protein. All the four Experimental groups underwent their respective training for 8 weeks. Among the Coronary Heart Risk Factors only High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Levels (HDL-C) were selected as dependent variables and it was assessed by Boehringer Mannheim Kit method at Kannan Medical Laboratory at Chitambaram, Tamilnadu. All the subjects were tested prior to and after the training for all the selected variables. The data collected from the four groups prior to and post experimentation was statistically analyzed by using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). Scheffe's post hoc test was applied to determine the significant difference between the paired means. In all the cases 0.05 level of significance was fixed. The results of the study showed that there was a significant difference was found among all the experimental groups. Circuit weight Training with supplementation of protein groups is found to be better than other experimental groups.