"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part E
Effect of twelve weeks training of yogic asanas on selected skill in footballAuthor(s):
Mo. Sameer Khan and Sarfraj AlamAbstract:
The purpose of the study was experiment for the effect of twelve weeks training of YOGIC ASANAS on selected skill in football. The first objectives of this study the effect of treatment on Running with the ball activity scores when pre-running with the ball activity scores were taken as covariate, second objective of this study the effect of treatment on Kicking Accuracy activity scores when pre-kicking accuracy activity scores were taken as Covariate. And the last third objective of this study the effect of treatment on Juggling activity scores when pre-juggling activity scores were taken as Covariate. The subjects for this study were 60 football male players who participated at interschool level were randomly selected as subjects for this study. They were divided into two groups of 30 subjects each. One group was act as control group named B. The other group name group A. group A was acted as experimental group. Ages of the subjects were ranged from 15-19years. The pre-tests of selected test items were given to all the subjects of experimental group and control group. After the conduction of pre-test the twelve weeks yogic asana training program for the experimental group subjects were conducted on six days a week. After the completion of 12 (twelve) weeks training program of yogic ASANAS the post data was conducted on all the 60 subjects. Statistical procedure Descriptive Statistic, Mean, Standard Deviation and ANCOVA were applied with TUKEY HSD POST HOC TEST. The level of Significance was set at 0.05. Significant difference was found in 30 meter running with the ball in experimental and control group. Experimental group was found superior then control group significant difference was found in kicking accuracy in experimental and control group. Experimental group was found higher then control group. Significant difference was found in juggling in experimental and control group. Experimental group was found superior then control group. Selected yogic exercises were useful to improve ball control measured by 30 meter running with the ball, kicking efficiency measured by kicking accuracy and balancing ability, agility, reaction ability and sense of touch the ball measured by juggling test. Due to regular yogic exercise the experimental group has shown the significant improvement at pre and posttests.Pages: 513-517 | 505 Views 10 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Mo. Sameer Khan and Sarfraj Alam. Effect of twelve weeks training of yogic asanas on selected skill in football. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(3): 513-517.