Dr. Jaswant Singh and Dr. Daudayal
Along with the sports training, biomechanics, the body’s size, shape and proportion is having great role for improving performance of high jumpers. The purpose of the study was to find out the co-relationship of bi-acromial, bi-criastal and bi-epicondyler breaths of high jumpers with their performance. For the purpose of the study 25 elite male high jumpers were randomly selected from various national level competitions. The anthropometric rode was used to assess the bi-acromial, bi-iliocristal, humerous and femors bi-epicondlyer. Their performance was recorded from the competition results. For analyzing the correlation ship Pearson’s product moment coefficient correlation technique was used. The findings of the study reveled that bi-acromical breadths of high jumpers was positively correlated with their performance. Whereas the negative correlation was observed between performance of high jumpers with their biiliocrital and bi-epicondyler breadth of humerous and femurs.
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