A Status Study of Indian Commonwealth Games Ranking Weightlifters on Relative Strength of Different Weight Categories

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Dr. Yogendra Sharma , Dr. Manu Mishra , Unmesh Utthasani


The primary objective of this study would have been to focus on the overall comparative strength of the composites bodyweight groupings among powered gymnasts. The powerlifting competitions effectiveness or scoring system within every weight gain was supplied to measure relative importance among some of the numerous different weight classes of powerful gymnasts. Power lifters' relative strength may be calculated by dividing their reported performance or scoring by their body weight. A lift (in weightlifting) is required whilst also performing the snatch, clean, but also jerk in order to achieve maximum muscular strength by gathering the pressure of working as well as associated muscles in performance, particularly the legs as well as arms muscles, in attempt to improve gravitational force as well as bar weight resistances. The purpose of this research would have been to assess the relative strength of Indian Commonwealth Games 2020 rankings weightlifters across various weight divisions: 55kg, 61kg, 67kg, 73kg, 81kg, 89kg, 89kg, 96kg, and 102kg. The 2020 Commonwealth Rankings pdf was used to gather data on relative strength for this study. A total of 48 Indian young Commonwealth ranked weightlifters competed in the competition, with six within every weight group. At the.05 level of significance, T-test results indicated significant variations in the relative strength of the composites weight divisions of rating weightlifters.

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