K Ravikumar and Dr. R Desingurajan
This study explores the impact of Bulgarian Bag training on specific skill-related variables, namely passing and dribbling, within the context of basketball players. The research involved the random selection of 30 participants from the Chennai district in Tamil Nadu, falling within the age range of 17 to 25 years. The participants were divided into experimental and control groups, each consisting of 15 individuals. The experimental group underwent a structured Bulgarian Bag training program, while the control group adhered to their regular basketball training routine. The experimental group engaged in their training program three days a week for a duration of six weeks, with each session lasting 60 minutes. In contrast, the control group did not participate in any specialized training program beyond their daily physical activities. Both groups were assessed on the selected variables before and immediately after the six-week training period. Statistical analysis, utilizing analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), was conducted to determine any significant differences. A confidence level of 0.05 was established to test the significance of the observed differences. This research contributes to the understanding of the potential benefits of Bulgarian Bag training in enhancing specific basketball skills, providing valuable insights for coaches, athletes, and sports professionals. The results, when analyzed, aim to offer evidence-based guidance for optimizing training protocols, ultimately influencing performance improvement in basketball players.
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