International Journal of Physiology, Exercise and Physical Education

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

Impact of varied frequency training on selected physical fitness and skill performance of male handball players in sayint handball project, Amhara regional state, south Wollo, Ethiopia

Author(s):

Biniyam Gebreabe Abebe, Getasew Gashaw Molla

Abstract:
The present study was conducted to assess the impact of varied frequency training in selected physical fitness and skill performance of male handball players in case of Sayint Adijibar town. The subjects of the study include 46 project players which were selected by purposive sampling method from two handball projects namely Nisir and Arenguade. These were divided in to two groups randomly to have control and experimental group. The performance level of players was evaluated at the beginning of intervention(pretest) and after twelve week training for both experimental and control group (posttest)quantitatively. In this study you look two tables for each variables, the first table tells us descriptive statistics and the second table about independent sample t test and also there is graph to summarize. The major finding of this study showed that there was significant difference between the twogroup performance level in those variables (cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength,jumping shoot, accuracy and dribbling).There was insignificant difference in speed and agilityperformance level of players. Moreover, the result indicated that varied frequency training hasimpact on the performance of male handball players at p<0.05 prior level,so as to that the resultswas interpreted as p value.

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How to cite this article:
Biniyam Gebreabe Abebe, Getasew Gashaw Molla. Impact of varied frequency training on selected physical fitness and skill performance of male handball players in sayint handball project, Amhara regional state, south Wollo, Ethiopia. Int. J. Physiol. Exercise Phys. Educ. 2021;3(1):24-28.
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