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A Kin-Anthropometric Study Of Senior And Junior (U-17) Male Football Players

Author: 
Dr. Pritam Singh and Sukhdeep Singh Kang
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

This anthropometric study was conducted on inter university male Senior Football players (n=27) of Guru Nanak Dev university, Punjab and junior football players (n=20) of national school games camp held in Jalandhar, having age ranging from 18 to 25 years. Eleven anthropometric parameters were taken with standard instruments and standardized techniques followed by Weiner and Lourie, 1969. The results this study reveals that the senior football players were found heavier for body weight and taller in stature with respect to junior (U-17) football players. The senior football players were examined larger values for sitting height and leg length with respect to junior (U-17) football players. The change in sitting height was found more (5.50cm) and less for leg length (2.26cm). The senior football players were observed larger values for upper arm, fore arm, thigh and calf girth with respect to junior (U-17) football players respectively. The change in all girths was recorded from 4.00 to 7.00cm between both groups. The senior football players were recorded higher values for arm span (10cm) and slightly higher for hand span (0.06cm) with respect to junior (U-17) football players respectively. The senior football players were examined smaller mean value for foot length with respect to junior (U-17) football players. All eleven anthropometric parameters have shown highly significant differences at 1% level between senior and junior (U-17) football players. It was concluded from this study that anthropometric parameters have played significant role for talent identification.

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