ANALYSIS OF SELECTED BODY COMPOSITION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES AMONG UNIVERSITY BASKETBALL AND HANDBALL PLAYERS
The performance of players in various sports may be influenced by the anthropometric, physical and the physiological characteristics and may also aid in determining a suitable physique required for a sport. The Body mass index, systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure have been selected to assess the body composition and physiological variables status of the basketball and handball players of different universities of Punjab. Data was collected from total 50 players and selected 25 each from both the basketball and handball players of Punjab. The results revealed that there is insignificant difference found in Body mass index and in systolic and diastolic blood pressure it was found that there is significant in both the variables between the basketball and handball players of Punjab region.
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