Constructing Norms for Basic Movement Pattern as a Measure for Sports Selection among netball Players
The purpose of this study was to construct for basic movement pattern (i.e., running speed, running agility, jumping ability and throwing ability) among netball players. A group of forty eight randomly selected male intercollege level netball players of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar between the age group of 18-25 years (Mean ± SD: age 22 ± 1.833 years, height 5.881 ± 2.330 ft, body mass 73.306 ± 4.8177 kg) volunteered to participate in this study. The 50- yard dash test (AAPHER 1976) was used to measure, “running speed”, shuttle run test (AAPHER 1976) was used to measure, “running agility”, standing long jump test (AAPHER 1976) was used to measure, “jumping ability”, and netball throw for distance test (Disch et al. 1977) was used to measure, “throwing ability”. In speed, the scores above 25.629 are considered very poor, from about 16.203 - 25.629 is considered poor, (-2.649) - 16.203 is considered average, (-2.649) - (-12.075) is considered good and the scores below (-21.501) are considered very good. In running agility, the scores above 13.173 are considered very poor, from about 12.056-13.173 is considered poor, 9.822- 12.056 is considered average, 8.705 - 9.822 is considered good and the scores below 7.588 are considered very good. In jumping ability, the scores below 2.712 are considered very poor, from about 2.712 - 4.189 is considered poor, 4.189 - 7.143 is considered average, 7.143 - 8.62 is considered good and the scores above 10.097 are considered very good. In throwing ability, the scores below 23.295are considered very poor, from about 36.384 - 49.473 is considered poor, 49.473- 75.651 is considered average, 75.651 - 88.74 is considered good and the scores above 101.829 are considered very good.
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