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Prediction of Playing Ability of University Level Handball Players in Relation to Their Motor Ability and Kinthropometric Variables


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In the modern world, which is technically advanced and developing more and more by leaps and bounds in the shortest span of time there is great need of considering the personality and characteristics of the individuals and the sports person specially to get the surprising and better results and performance. The individual characteristics may include any think pertaining to the need of the game and in case of handball the motor ability and anthropometric variables have no place and match for higher a many the individual characteristics each individual or team which participate in any sports events wants to win because society attract great significance of winning. Handball being a running dribbled game and the game gained popularly and spread all over the world and having a various fundamental skills needs the factors which relate to the development of health and increase functional capacity of the body and its contributes in the successful performance of fundamentals skills in handball. The anthropometric measurements can be used for assessments of physical status and related to one’s health immunity from disease and are helpful for performance. Physical performance and personality qualities with the help these factors the handball players can excel betterly as well these can be used as tools of selections of handball players. This will also helpful in general develop means of handball players and the game of handball The results of the study set a general trend of the improvements in overall handball playing ability according to their level of competitions.

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Bhupinder Tanwar
Physical Education M.N. College, Shahabad, Haryana, India

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In the modern world, which is technically advanced and developing more and more by leaps and bounds in the shortest span of time there is great need of considering the personality and characteristics of the individuals and the sports person specially to get the surprising and better results and performance. The individual characteristics may include any think pertaining to the need of the game and in case of handball the motor ability and anthropometric variables have no place and match for higher a many the individual characteristics each individual or team which participate in any sports events wants to win because society attract great significance of winning. Handball being a running dribbled game and the game gained popularly and spread all over the world and having a various fundamental skills needs the factors which relate to the development of health and increase functional capacity of the body and its contributes in the successful performance of fundamentals skills in handball. The anthropometric measurements can be used for assessments of physical status and related to one’s health immunity from disease and are helpful for performance. Physical performance and personality qualities with the help these factors the handball players can excel betterly as well these can be used as tools of selections of handball players. This will also helpful in general develop means of handball players and the game of handball The results of the study set a general trend of the improvements in overall handball playing ability according to their level of competitions.

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