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Assessing the Changes between the Experimental and Control Group of Fencing Players’ Depend on Their Lunge Performance | Original Article

Bipin Babu Singh*, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


Fencing is a battle sport played with bladed weapons and was incorporated into Athens Olympics in 1896. The sport of fencing is isolated into three categories the foil, the saber and the epee. Fencing as a sport is popular in the two men and women. In spite of the fact that women and men play this sport independently, a few players have mastered a few distinct weapons, while others have practical experience in just a single. This sport needs qualities, for example, coordination, speed, nimbleness and confidence. As in this game fencer needs to examine the rival's game and as needs be create strategy to safeguard, subsequently, it is normally depicted as an enlivened game of chess. The aim of this paper is to analyze the Training on lunge performance of Fencing Players. The undertaking of this examination was to investigate the effects of Core Strengthening Training on Lunge Performance of Fencing Players. Twenty-Four, University level male Fencers of Amritsar between the age gatherings of 18-28 volunteered to participate in the investigation. The Standing Broad Jump Test was utilized to gauge the Explosive Horizontal Power. Statistical investigations were performed utilizing the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences for Windows rendition 16.0 programming. Data is communicated as the mean ± SD. Combined example t-test was used to analyze the methods for the Pre-Test and the Post-Test.