ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE | Jan. 11, 2021
Effect of Sports Vision Training on Vision Skills and Batting Performance of Male Cricket Players
Dr. Pawan Kumar, Dr. (Mrs.) Vasanthi Kadhiravan
Page no 1-5
The purpose of this study was to see the effect of sports vision training on vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players. To achieve the purpose of the study 30 male cricket players from 100 club level male cricket players age ranging between 16 to 25 years, were randomly selected as subjects. The selected 30 male cricketers were undergone the sports vision training for 12 weeks, three days in a week in the morning session for 30 minutes duration. The Pre- test and the Post-test were conducted on the selected vision skills and batting performance variables of the subjects. The criterion measures chosen to test the hypotheses were Paired “t” test. The hypotheses were tested at 0.05 levels of significance. The result revealed that sports vision training showed significant improvement on vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players. Sports vision training is therefore an efficient method of improving certain vision skills and batting performance of male cricket players.
REVIEW ARTICLE | Jan. 23, 2021
The key to Injury Prevention would be Daily Stretching for Muscle Flexibility and Strength
Hiroya Hanabusa, Akito Moriyasu, Hiroshi Bando, Makoto Takasugi, Mitsuru Murakami
Page no 6-9
Authors’ and collaborators have continued research concerning stretching, the flexibility of thoracic spine. In this study, author himself continued our stretching protocol for 4 months. The changes were i) the spreading degree of open legs, ii) bridge posture bending the whole body backward, iii) finger floor distance (FFD) with 3 to 18cm. The purpose was self-verification by habituation training, and clinical efficacy was found. For other effects, he has not been injured for the period as soccer player at all, and has felt comfortable operation subjectively. This process will be beneficial for managing various patients and athletes from now.