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A Comparative Study of Physical Fitness between Senior and Junior Female Handball Players


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The study was carried out to determine the difference between physical fitness of senior and junior handball players. Five tests were administered to evaluate the physical fitness level. 30 female players, 15 from senior and 15 from junior group were selected for this study. The data was statistically analysed. It was found that no significant difference between senior and junior group in standing broad jump and 30m run test performance. The junior group was found to be significantly superior in agility and endurance ability. The senior group was found to be significantly better in shoulder strength.
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  • A Comparative Study of Physical Fitness between Senior and Junior Female Handball Players

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Nitin Sehgal
JMIT, Radaur, India

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The study was carried out to determine the difference between physical fitness of senior and junior handball players. Five tests were administered to evaluate the physical fitness level. 30 female players, 15 from senior and 15 from junior group were selected for this study. The data was statistically analysed. It was found that no significant difference between senior and junior group in standing broad jump and 30m run test performance. The junior group was found to be significantly superior in agility and endurance ability. The senior group was found to be significantly better in shoulder strength.

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