EFFECTS OF CROSS FIT TRAINING AND CIRCUIT TRAINING ON CRICKETERS
Training contributes tremendously towards the achievement of such aims of this area in sports. Sports and games are new trend in India. Explosive strength training is a part of every game for example cricket, tennis, basketball, boxing, volleyball, athletics, soccer rugby kabaddi wrestling etc. some of games are 80% to 90% dependent on explosive strength training and some are 30% to 50%.The traditional training name to improve explosive strength was plyometrics but now in current era cross fit has taken its place. Cross fit is combination of effective way to get fit. It is a fitness program that combines a wide variety of functional movements into a timed or scored workout. This research study has been conducted on male cricketers of age group from 19 to 25. The data was collected with the help of different tests-body fat percentage, dynamic strength index and vo2max under the 12 week training program of cross fit training and circuit training with different groups. The statistical analysis has been done through SPSS. The significance level was determined at p>0.05.
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