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Status and Comparison of Physical Competence of 9-10 years male and School female children
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Physical Competence
CAMSA
Cardiorespiratory Endurance
Torso Strength
Health related fitness

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Rather, A. R. (2024). Status and Comparison of Physical Competence of 9-10 years male and School female children. SOUTH INDIA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, 22(2 June), 108-116. https://doi.org/10.62656/SIJSS.v22i2.320

Abstract

Physical competence is an important indicator of motor skill level and health related fitness. This study, "Status and comparison of physical competence of 9-10 years male and School female children" was designed to assess the overall physical competence of both male and female children. To achieve the objectives of this study motor competence, cardiorespiratory endurance and torso strength were measured using CAMSA, 15 meter pacer test and plank, respectively.

Data was normal and t-test was applied. The results showed that male children were more proficient than female children in motor competence, cardiorespiratory endurance, torso strength.  

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