Assessment of Anaerobic Power and Balance among Elite Indian Under-19 Football Players

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Abichandani, D. and Hule, V. (2017). Assessment of Anaerobic Power and Balance among Elite Indian Under-19 Football Players. International Journal of Science and Research. 6 (9).
AuthorsAbichandani, D. and Hule, V.
Abstract

Objective: To assess anaerobic power and balance among elite indian under-19 football players. Method:22 Elite Indian
under-19 players Football players were tested for Anaerobic power and Balance on Monark Cycle Ergometry and Neurocom Balance Master respectively.
Result: Anaerobic Peak Power (W) for professional Indian under-19 football players was 498.70, while the mean for
the Anaerobic Capacity (W/Kg) was 7.75. On Balance assessment, players had maximum sway velocity on foam surface with eyes closed with a mean of 0.76 (deg/sec) followed by eyes open on a foam surface with a mean of 0.54 (deg/sec). Reaction Time of players was found to be affected most in the forward component with a mean of 0.98(deg/sec) followed by Right direction and Left back direction component with mean of 0.69 and 0.67 respectively. The players showed lack of directional control maximum in the Right component with a mean of 87.25 (deg/sec) followed by Forward and Left components with mean of 86.89 and 81.10 respectively.
Conclusion: Elite Indian under-19 players Football players were found to have low Anaerobic power and capacity with their reaction time and directional control affected on the dominant leg side.

Year2017
JournalInternational Journal of Science and Research
Journal citation6 (9)
PublisherInternational Journal of Science and Research
ISSN2319-7064
Web address (URL)https://www.ijsr.net/get_count_search.php?paper_id=ART20176597
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