Vol. 2, Issue 9 (2016)
Comparison of motor fitness component with developmental age of 16 and 18 years of age
Author(s): Ved Parkash Sharma
Abstract: Motor fitness is a term that describes an athlete’s ability to perform effectively during sports or other physical activity. An athlete’s motor fitness is a combination of five different components, each of which is essential for high levels of performance. Improving motor fitness involves a training regimen in all five.Power is the most important factor in assessing a person's capacity for performance in sport. Power and physical performance have been closely related and investigated by various investigators using different protocols. The ability of an athlete to produce high forces at high velocity is an important component of the physical performance and functional capacity. There is no agreement in the literature over the definition of power. However, power has been defined as the product of force (or torque) and velocity, ie, rate of doing work (Thomas et al 1997). It is of two types, aerobic or endurance and anaerobic. Sample: Purposive sampling technique was used to collect data from different school of Punjab. The data of 100 boys ranging in age from 16 and 18 years were collected from different schools of the Punjab. Statistical Analysis: ‘T’ ratio was used to find out significance difference between the different age group of school boys of Punjab.