2016, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part D
Cardiovascular endurance and body mass index among boys & girls: A comparative study
Author(s): Ritika Bhatia, Dr. Inder Pal Singh
Abstract: This study was designed to investigate the comparison of health related physical fitness components among school boys & girls. A sample of 24 students, 9-14 years of age group has been selected randomly from both gender. In which 12 subject were boys & 12 subjects were girls. Only two most required health related physical fitness components (Cardiovascular endurance & Body Mass Index) were taken. The mean & S.D of Cardiovascular endurance for boys 48.47 & for girls 46.29 whereas mean & S.D of Body Mass Index for boys 19.86 & for girls 20.82 respectively. The statistical analysis revealed that there is no significant difference in cardiovascular endurance & body mass index among boys & girls.
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Ritika Bhatia, Dr. Inder Pal Singh. Cardiovascular endurance and body mass index among boys & girls: A comparative study. 2016; 3(2): 200-201.