Volume : 4, Issue : 2, FEB 2018

EFFECT OF CIRCUIT RESISTANCE AND COMBINED TRAINING ON PHYSICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL VARIABLES AMONG INTERCOLLEGIATE PLAYERS

G. VINAYAGAM, DR. SELVAMUTHUKRISHNAN

Abstract

Physical Fitness is the capacity to carry out responsible vigorous physical activity and includes qualities in pertain to the individual health and well being. Sports training largely depend on Physical Fitness. Physical Fitness improves the general fitness, health, organic functioning capacity, strength, stability of muscular and skeleton system etc. Importance of Physical Fitness or motor abilities is the main criteria in sports training. As per Sebastian Coe - says that, the basis for overall physical fitness is achieved by improving your respiration and your circulation, and to the end the most effective activity is running. The longer you keep running and exercise well the longer you will stay well. Physical Fitness is the basic criteria for every individual in the society. To lead a successful life an individual has to undergo fitness programmes in his daily life. It is an important programme for sportsman. Through fitness a sportsman easily adapts motor abilities and conditioning. Sports specialists traditionally define the term fitness as a physical capacity to perform a task. The types of physical capacities necessary to participate in a sporting contest vary between sports and within sports. From the many components of physical fitness mo.

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