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Physical efficiency tests on Indian male "Kabaddi" inter-university players.
  1. A. K. De,
  2. P. K. Dasgupta,
  3. B. K. Panda,
  4. A. K. Bhattacharya

    Abstract

    The participants of inter-university "Kabaddi" competition showed higher values of height, weight and surface area than average Indian population, indicating better attainment of growth in them. Further, the values of respiratory efficiency tests like, FEV1, MEFR and PEFR were also observed to be more in these players, probably due to training effect. The grip strength values were high in comparison to those of Indian football goalkeepers and hockey players.

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