Kabaddi is a very famous and ancient game that originated in India and now has become popular in Japan, Iran, Canada, United Kingdom and Southeast Asia. Kabaddi is a game of speed, strength, stamina and agility. The core competencies needed for a kabaddi player include raiding, dodging, hand and feet movements. A kabaddi player requires proficiency in both offensive and defensive skills. Kabaddi, being a physical game incorporating skills of wrestling and rugby, aggressiveness is part of the match. Injuries are bound to happen in the game given the rough playing surface and the physical nature of this sport. Injuries are more likely during a competition than during the training sessions owing to the heightened levels of competitiveness displayed by the two teams. All these factors predispose the kabaddi players to a variety of injuries.
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