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Effect of Aerobic Exercises on Selected Physiological Variables among College Long Distance Men Athletes


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1 Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
2 Dept. of Physical Education, Annamalai University, India
     

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The study aims to evaluate the effect of aerobic exercises on selected physiological variables among college long distance men athletes on systolic blood pressure and diastolic resting heart rate. Thirty (N=30) college men, long distance runners who is selected St. Joseph’s Prime Sports Academy Chennai Tamilnadu who have been participating in inter collegiate athletics meet was randomly selected as subjects. The age limit is from of old 18 to 25 years respectively Subjects. Subjects who selected were randomly II team groups each 15. Has been under taken as Group I with aerobic exercises acted as experimental group and Group II acted as the Control group.. The duration of the practice period was restricted to twelve weeks of aerobic practice. The pre-test on the chosen criterion variables was taken prior to the administration of the aerobic exercises and the post-test was taken at the end of the twelfth week. The data obtained from the groups prior to and immediately after the training on the chosen criterion variables were analyzed statistically using the t- test to determine whether the groups differ significantly among the pre and post test means. The confidence level was maintained at 0.05 in all the cases to evaluate the hypothesis. The training effects of aerobic practices evidenced significant influence over the physiological variables of college level long distance men athletes.

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Aerobic Exercises Physiological Variables, Systolic Blood Pressure, Diastolic Resting Heart Rate.
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Authors

M. Senthil Kumar
Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
P. R. Nagaraj
Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
Ampili
Dept. of Physical Education, Annamalai University, India

Abstract


The study aims to evaluate the effect of aerobic exercises on selected physiological variables among college long distance men athletes on systolic blood pressure and diastolic resting heart rate. Thirty (N=30) college men, long distance runners who is selected St. Joseph’s Prime Sports Academy Chennai Tamilnadu who have been participating in inter collegiate athletics meet was randomly selected as subjects. The age limit is from of old 18 to 25 years respectively Subjects. Subjects who selected were randomly II team groups each 15. Has been under taken as Group I with aerobic exercises acted as experimental group and Group II acted as the Control group.. The duration of the practice period was restricted to twelve weeks of aerobic practice. The pre-test on the chosen criterion variables was taken prior to the administration of the aerobic exercises and the post-test was taken at the end of the twelfth week. The data obtained from the groups prior to and immediately after the training on the chosen criterion variables were analyzed statistically using the t- test to determine whether the groups differ significantly among the pre and post test means. The confidence level was maintained at 0.05 in all the cases to evaluate the hypothesis. The training effects of aerobic practices evidenced significant influence over the physiological variables of college level long distance men athletes.

Keywords


Aerobic Exercises Physiological Variables, Systolic Blood Pressure, Diastolic Resting Heart Rate.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F193799