International Journal of Physiology, Exercise and Physical Education

Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A (2021)

Two dimensional analysis of test–retest reliability and validity of selected temporal variables of anaerobic power tests of females sportsperson habitat of high altitude Northern India

Author(s):

Ravinder Kumar, Priyanka Bogia

Abstract:
Research scholar’s has selected the topic with the purpose to find out reliability coefficient of selected temporal variables of selected Anaerobic Power test video graphically recorded and analyzed test – retest method. With the following objectives, to find out the “Two Dimensional Analysis of Test – Retest Reliability and Validity Coefficient of Selected Temporal Variables of Anaerobic Power Tests of Females Sportsperson Habitat of High Altitude Northern India”. The study was delimited to 80 female’s habitat of high altitude of Northern India. Keeping in view the purpose of the study, 40 female sportsperson of Himachal Pradesh and 40 sportsperson of Jammu and Kashmir were randomly selected. To measure the reliability and validity of the anaerobic power test, two tests was selected, one being the Margaria Kalaman Power Test and the other the Squat Jump Burpee Test. The data were collected using 2 – D video recording system. The data were analyzed using test – retest method by video analysis (Kinovea 0.8.15) software. The age of the subjects were ranging from 18 ≥ 25 years. Pearson Product moment correlation statistical techniques were used for measure reliability, validity and used cronbach’s alpha for internal consistency of the tests. In this research, the result is specified that the reliability and validity of all the variables of selected tests were (r = 0.90** ≥ 1.00**, p < 0.01) and (α =.959 ≥.992) which was a significant correlation at the 0.01 level.

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How to cite this article:
Ravinder Kumar, Priyanka Bogia. Two dimensional analysis of test–retest reliability and validity of selected temporal variables of anaerobic power tests of females sportsperson habitat of high altitude Northern India. Int. J. Physiol. Exercise Phys. Educ. 2021;3(1):09-16.
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