Effect of Different Environmental Volleyball Practice on Selected Biochemical and Hematological Variables

  • D.Sureshkumar1*, K. Sekarbabu1, G.Ravindran1 , Suthakar Krishnaswamy1, AnnidaBalakrishnan2

Abstract

The study was conducted to find the effect of different environmental Volleyball practice on selected biochemical and hematological variables. Twenty four male volleyball players were selected as subjects from the Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Annamalai University. Their age ranges between 18-21 years. Selected subjects were grouped into two with each twelve members. Group I served as indoor game players and Group II as out door game players.  Different environmental training such as indoor and out door volleyball game practices was carried out for 3 months duration (4 days/ week). Selected Biochemical and hematological variables were analyzed and measured using appropriate methods. The resulted data were collected and statistically analyzed using Paired T- test and they are significant at p<0.05. The study hypothesized that different environmental volleyball practice significantly modifies the biochemical and hematological variables. It is also revealed that outdoor volleyball game practice produces better effect than indoor practice.

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K. Sekarbabu1, G.Ravindran1 , Suthakar Krishnaswamy1, AnnidaBalakrishnan2D. “Effect of Different Environmental Volleyball Practice on Selected Biochemical and Hematological Variables”. Recent Research in Science and Technology, Vol. 3, no. 1, Jan. 2011, https://updatepublishing.com/journal/index.php/rrst/article/view/577.
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Physical Education & Sports Sciences