Khan Muneer Aslam


The purpose of the study was to determine the effects of warming-up of different duration on selected Physical Fitness Components of volleyball players. Twenty male volleyball players of degree college Budgam were selected for the purpose of the study. The ages of the selected subjects were ranging from 18 to 25 years and their status was intercollegiate level. The data were collected on the selected subjects by administrating vertical jump in cm, sit and reach test in centimeters, 4x10 yards shuttle run in seconds, eye hand  and eye leg co-ordination in seconds. The selected test items were administered for four days preceded after no warm-up on the first day, 5 minutes warm up on the second day, 10 minutes warm up on the third day and 15 minutes warm up on the fourth day. One way analysis of variance as well as Scheff`s post hoc test were employed to assess the significant difference among the means. The result of the study showed that the significant difference were found in the cases of explosive leg strength and flexibility, whereas no significant differences were found in the cases of agility, eye hand coordination due to the different duration of warming-up programme.


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volleyball players; warming up duration; Physical Fitness Components


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