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A Comparative Study on Effects of Sensbalance Exercises and Conventional Proprioception Exercises on Stability | Original Article

Rohit K. Thapa*, Vinita Bajpai Mishra, in International Journal of Physical Education & Sports Sciences | Physical Education, Health, Fitness & Sports


A study was conducted by the researcher to find the effect of sensbalance exercises and conventional proprioception exercises on stability of soccer players in the u-14 age category and make a comparison as to which exercise is better in improving the stability of young soccer players. The subject selected for the study were LNIPE soccer academy players who trained regularly in the campus. The statistical technique used for the study was ANCOVA and data was collected on pre-test and post-test basis and six weeks of training was given to two groups with one group undergoing sensbalance exercise routine and other group undergoing conventional proprioception exercises and one group was selected as control group. The variable used in the study was CoP distance. The findings of the study showed that both sensbalance exercise and conventional proprioception exercises had significant difference than control group but there was insignificant difference between sensbalance exercise and conventional proprioception exercises.