EFFECT OF FREQUENCY MODULATION IN RESISTANCE TRAINING ON MAXIMUM STRENGTH
AMONG COLLEGE MEN STUDENTS
Dr.. S. Kumaraguru
The purpose of the study was to find out the effect of frequency modulation in resistance training on maximum strength among college men students. 45 men students were selected as respondents for the study and their age ranged between 18-21 years. The twelve week training program was conducted for the three groups: 3days in a week, 5days in a week named as experimental groups underwent resistance training program and control group did not underwent any training program. The selected dependent variables such as upper body maximum strength and lower body maximum strength were measured by 1RM bench press and 1RM leg press respectively before and after the training period. The collected data was analyzed by using (ANCOVA) analysis of covariance. The results of the study unfold that the maximum strength significantly improved in the two experimental groups compared to the control group. Specifically, within the treatment groups, the 3-day-a-week resistance training facilitated better improvement in maximum strength compared to 5-day-a-week resistance training after the 12-week training program.
Keywords: Resistance training, Frequency and Maximum Strength
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