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Effect of Selected Yogic Practices on Aerobic Capacity and Anaerobic Power of School Girls


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1 Ph.D Research Scholar, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
2 Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
     

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Context: The objective of the present study was to find out the effect of selected aerobic capacity and anaerobic power of sedentary school girls of west Bengal. Subject: twenty five(n=25) sedentary school students were randomly selected as subjects for this study from Atulia Neta Adharsha Vidyapath, North 24 paraganas. The age ranged from 16-18 years. The study was confined in a single experimental group and no control group was considered. In the present study of aerobic capacity and anaerobic power were two variables. Aerobic capacity were measured in terms of maximum oxygen consumption during excersice i.e. VO2 max. Aerobic capacity & anaerobic power were measured respectively by Queens College Step Test and Margaria-kalamenanaerobic power test. A structured yogic training was intervened for six week. Mean and Standard deviation statistical procedure was carried out. The mean of different variables were compared by using t-test statistical significance was tested at 0.05 levels. The results highlighted that there were the significant difference in aerobic capacity between pre and post treatment condition. On the other hand a significant difference was found in anaerobic power between the pre and post treatment condition.

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Aerobic Capacity, Anaerobic Power, Oxygen Consumption, Yogic Training, T-Test.
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K. Nagajothi
Ph.D Research Scholar, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
N. C. Jesus Rajkumar
Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India
T. Arun Prasanna
Ph.D Research Scholar, Dept. Of Physical Education And Sports Sciences, Srmist, Kattankulathur, India

Abstract


Context: The objective of the present study was to find out the effect of selected aerobic capacity and anaerobic power of sedentary school girls of west Bengal. Subject: twenty five(n=25) sedentary school students were randomly selected as subjects for this study from Atulia Neta Adharsha Vidyapath, North 24 paraganas. The age ranged from 16-18 years. The study was confined in a single experimental group and no control group was considered. In the present study of aerobic capacity and anaerobic power were two variables. Aerobic capacity were measured in terms of maximum oxygen consumption during excersice i.e. VO2 max. Aerobic capacity & anaerobic power were measured respectively by Queens College Step Test and Margaria-kalamenanaerobic power test. A structured yogic training was intervened for six week. Mean and Standard deviation statistical procedure was carried out. The mean of different variables were compared by using t-test statistical significance was tested at 0.05 levels. The results highlighted that there were the significant difference in aerobic capacity between pre and post treatment condition. On the other hand a significant difference was found in anaerobic power between the pre and post treatment condition.

Keywords


Aerobic Capacity, Anaerobic Power, Oxygen Consumption, Yogic Training, T-Test.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194788