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Hand-Eye and Arm-Shoulder Co-Ordination In Various Ages of Teenage Classes Youngsters |

Mamta Kumari, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


The authors chose to comprehend and dissect theautonomous motor capability parts around the male school children from basingon the age groups 8-10 years, 10-12 years, 12-14 years what's more 14-16 years.We have brought 200 scholars with 50 understudies in each one assembly asexample for the present study. To measure the hand-eye coordination,arm-shoulder coordination and element parity the tests like Wall past test,soft ball throw execution and Modified Bas element offset test was directed.The data dissected with Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) taking the pretestfurthermore post-test scores of the motor capacity segments of the people toknow the huge distinction around the four groups. The accompanying conclusionswere drawn from the present exploration study. (i) 12 to 14 years age bunchchildren demonstrated more noteworthy upgrades in hand–eye coordination factor of motor capability when contrastedwith the other three groups of children, (ii) 10 to 12 furthermore 12 to 14years age children groups encountered critical enhancements in arm-shouldercoordination factor of motor capability, when contrasted with both the 8 to 10and 14 to 16 years age children, 12 to 14 years age bunch children demonstratedmore critical enhancements in dynamic equalization factor of motor capability,when contrasted with the other three groups of children. Catchphrases: Hand-eyecoordination, Arm-shoulder coordination, Dynamic Balance and Adolescent.