Volume : 2, Issue : 4, APR 2016

THE ROLE OF ANTHROPOMETRICAL VARIABLES WITH GAME PERFORMANCE OF CRICKET PLAYERS

Prof. Vishwanath Bennur

Abstract

In the world history, sports was a popular organization and important as today. It has been an interesting aspect for human amusement and a cultural phenomenon at great magnitude. Scientific investigation into the performance of sportsman has been playing an increasingly important role to attain excellence of performance in different sports. Now the sportsman has been able to give outstanding performance because of involvement of new scientifically substantiated training methods and means of execution of sports exercise such as sports techniques and tactics. The purpose of the study is to investigate the difference on body segments and BMIbetween cricket players.

Keywords

Anthropometric variables, Cricketer, Hockey Player, Height, Weight, BMI Leg Length, Arm Length.

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