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Effect of Core Training with and without Yogic Practices on Elasticity among College Female Athletes


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1 Research Scholar, Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
2 Hod, Dept.of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
3 Research Scholar, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
     

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The present study evaluates the impact of core strength training with and without yogic practices on elasticity among the college female athletes. To attain the aim of the study forty five (N=45) female students were selected randomly as subjects from Chennai, Tamilnadu, India aged between 17 to 25 years at random. The athletes were separated into groups of three with 15 students each named as experimental group I with core strength training , experimental group II with core strength training with yogic practices and group-III with controlled training. Prior to and after the twelve weeks of experimentation, the subjects were tested. The core strength training and the yogic practices were selected as training protocol. The core strength training given based on stress given in each exercise and sets and the load administered between 5 and 10 repetitions in a set with the time lapse of 15 to 10 seconds for a set. The training protocol followed by proper warming up and cooling down regime. The yogic practice was given on morning time with proper prayer and warming up practice. The load of the yogic practice increased by the number of yogic practices by 2 to 8 repetitions with 2 to 5 sets. The obtained data from the experimental and control group initial and final readings underwent statistical analysis along with analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) with the application of Scheffe’s post hoc test to examine the groups’ difference and testing condition. The level of confidence had a fixation of 0.05 confidence level. The group that acted as the experimental group had improved significantly on flexibility in comparison with control group.

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Core Strength Training, Yogic Practice, Female Athletes, Flexibility.
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R. Meera
Research Scholar, Dept. of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
R. Mohanakrishnan
Hod, Dept.of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
T. Arun Prasanna
Research Scholar, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India

Abstract


The present study evaluates the impact of core strength training with and without yogic practices on elasticity among the college female athletes. To attain the aim of the study forty five (N=45) female students were selected randomly as subjects from Chennai, Tamilnadu, India aged between 17 to 25 years at random. The athletes were separated into groups of three with 15 students each named as experimental group I with core strength training , experimental group II with core strength training with yogic practices and group-III with controlled training. Prior to and after the twelve weeks of experimentation, the subjects were tested. The core strength training and the yogic practices were selected as training protocol. The core strength training given based on stress given in each exercise and sets and the load administered between 5 and 10 repetitions in a set with the time lapse of 15 to 10 seconds for a set. The training protocol followed by proper warming up and cooling down regime. The yogic practice was given on morning time with proper prayer and warming up practice. The load of the yogic practice increased by the number of yogic practices by 2 to 8 repetitions with 2 to 5 sets. The obtained data from the experimental and control group initial and final readings underwent statistical analysis along with analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) with the application of Scheffe’s post hoc test to examine the groups’ difference and testing condition. The level of confidence had a fixation of 0.05 confidence level. The group that acted as the experimental group had improved significantly on flexibility in comparison with control group.

Keywords


Core Strength Training, Yogic Practice, Female Athletes, Flexibility.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194152