THE EFFECT OF COMBINATION ON THE AGILITY OF WOMEN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS AT THAILAND NATIONAL SPORTS UNIVERSITY CHIANG MAI CAMPUS

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Marisa Chaikaew
Siriporn Sattayanurak
Thawuth Pluemsamran

Abstract

The objective of this research was to study and compare combined training affecting the agility of women volleyball players of The Thailand National Sports University Chiang Mai Campus. The sample group is 20 female volleyball players who were trained at the Thailand National Sports University Chiang Mai Campus for the academic year 2020, divided into 2 groups. The experimental and the control groups were 10 subjects each for 8 weeks and used the Illinois Agility Run Test as a pre - training and post - training agility test for weeks 4, 6 and 8. The results were analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, t - test and One - Way ANOVA.


The results showed that


The agility test results of the control group and the experimental group showed that the mean of the control group was 21.68±0.97 before training. After the 4th week of training, the mean was 19.80±1.00, after the 6th week the mean was 19.07±0.91 and after the 8th week the mean was 18.62±0.70. The mean of the experimental group was 20.97±0.81 before training. After the 4th week of training, the mean was 18.15±0.78, after the 6th week the mean was 17.27±0.66 and after the 8th week the mean was 16.49±0.57.


Comparison of the agility towards female volleyball players in Thailand National Sports University Chiang Mai Campus between the control group and the experimental group was found that there was no difference before training. After the 4th, 6th and 8th weeks, the experimental group had better agility than that in the control group at the statistically significant different level of .01.

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Chaikaew ม., Sattayanurak ศ. ., & Pluemsamran ธ. . (2022). THE EFFECT OF COMBINATION ON THE AGILITY OF WOMEN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS AT THAILAND NATIONAL SPORTS UNIVERSITY CHIANG MAI CAMPUS. Academic Journal of Thailand National Sports University, 14(2), 243–252. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/TNSUJournal/article/view/250951
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