"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
Comparative study of cardiovascular fitness between Rural & Urban College boys of physical education classesAuthor(s):
The purpose of this study was to compare cardiovascular fitness level of college boys in physical education classes from rural and urban colleges. Cardiovascular fitness is defined as the ability to perform large muscle or vital body activities continuously for a sustained period. A number of factors contribute to efficient cardiovascular functioning including the ability of the heart to pump blood, the ability of the veins & arteries to carry blood, the ability of the muscles to utilize the oxygen delivered by the blood. The study concerned with Cooper’s 12 minute run & walk test to measure cardiovascular fitness level of Rural & Urban college boys of Physical education classes. Study was delimited on College boys of B.A Classes come under all the affiliated college of Panjab university Chandigarh. This investigation was done to raise the standard of performance to conceivable international standard we must emphasis scientific basis of physical education and sports at college level. The results of this investigation prove that conditioning programme do increase the cardiovascular fitness of the physical education classes. Study was conducted on two hundred college boys who had took physical education as an elective subject Bachelor of Arts Classes. The data was analyzed by applying t-test. Researcher hypothesized as social belief that rural boys are more efficient comparative to the urban boys & that hypothesis has been accepted. End of the day researcher found that there are several factors which affecting the cardiovascular fitness in both rural & urban college boys of Physical education classes.Pages: 26-27 | 860 Views 49 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Baljinder Singh. Comparative study of cardiovascular fitness between Rural & Urban College boys of physical education classes. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(1): 26-27.