Can a cross training program improve rugby skills in adolescent male rugby players?
|dc.description.abstract||The purpose of this study was to find whether cross training could improve male adolescent rugby skills. Three major sports (soccer, basketball and wrestling) were selected to form the base of the cross training intervention program. Pre- and post-tests were performed with the entire rugby squad (24 participants) prior to and at the conclusion of the intervention program. After pre-testing, the participants were grouped into either the intervention (12) or the control group (12). Supervised cross training sessions were performed twice a week for 10 weeks as well as traditional rugby training twice a week for 10 weeks with the intervention group. The control group performed supervised conventional rugby training twice a week for 10 weeks. All participants (24) played in a rugby match once a week during the 10 week period of the study.|
|dc.publisher||Auckland University of Technology|
|dc.subject||Cross training programme|
|dc.title||Can a cross training program improve rugby skills in adolescent male rugby players?|
|thesis.degree.grantor||Auckland University of Technology|
|thesis.degree.name||Master of Health Science|