A Comparative Study of Anthropometric and Psycho-Motor Abilities of Sub-Junior National Level Boxers

Sumitra Kirtania, Pintulal Mondal, Mahesh Sawata Khetmalis
2016 IRA International Journal of Education and Multidisciplinary Studies  
<div><p>The aim of this study is to identify the Anthropometric and profiles of sub-Junior National level Boxers and also to find out the relationship of Anthropometric profiles and psychomotor abilities of the sub-Junior National level Boxers. A total 22 female Boxers (11 medalists and 11 non-medalists) age range between 12<sup>th</sup> to 16<sup>th</sup> years will be select from SAI, SAG, Imphal centers. Selected Anthropometric variables (Body composition) will be taken on each Boxer. Total
more » ... each Boxer. Total Psychomotor ability scores (Speed, Agility, Differentiation, Orientation, Balance, Rhythm Ability) will be taken. For interpretation of data a comparative analysis of the selected variable, the "t" test was applied. The data of both groups were collected separately for all the variables. Statistic such as mean and standard deviation was computed. The level of significance was set at 0.05. It was found that in BMI, BMR do not have significant deference between the Manipur and West Bengal female Boxers and significant deference was found on Speed, Agility, Differentiation, Orientation, Balance, Rhythm Ability.</p></div>
doi:10.21013/jems.v5.n3.p1 fatcat:a2h6pj3jdzfkfb3gdauvarjgmi