Study of bilateral HGS difference in DM and ND hand grip strength in Right-handed and Left-handed players
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 5494-5499
AbstractBackground: The handgrip dynamometry measure expresses the physical ability of the player and can be used for comparisons with other sports. Handgrip power plays a vital role in cricket.
Aims and Objectives: To study and find out bilateral HGS difference in DM and ND handgrip strength in Right-handed and Left-handed players.
Material and Methods: A study was done by sampling 60 players of 50 players right-handed and 10 players of left-handed were recruited after screening for inclusion and exclusion criteria. All participants were tested for their handgrip ability using a handheld dynamometer.
Results: The results of the present study showed Bilateral HGS difference of Right-handed players is 7.50% (less than 10%) and the Bilateral HGS difference of Left-handed players is 5.35% (less than 10%).
Conclusion: We concluded that the Dominant handgrip strength (DM HGS) of players is higher than nondominant handgrip strength (NDM HGS) in both Right-handed and Left-handed players.
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