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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part H

Effect of balancing yogic asanas on selected physical fitness components of school football players


Author(s): Mo. Sameer Khan, Dr. Vivek B Sathe and Avinash Yadav

Abstract: Introduction: Physical fitness is the capacity to carry our reasonable way various forms of physical activities without being unduly fired and include qualities important to the individuals health and way being regular participation in vigorous exercise increase physical fitness is desirable for full productive life, sedentary living habits and poor physical fitness have a negative impact of both health and daily living. Yoga is way of life, an integrated system of education for the body, mind and spirit, this art of right living was perfected and part iced in India thousands of year ago, but since yoga. Deals with universals truths its teaching are as valid today were in ancient times. Yoga is practical by Buddhists, Christians, Muslims, Hindus and atheists alike. Yoga is union with all. Objective of the study: The objective of this study was to know the effect of balancing yogic asanas training on specific physical fitness components of school male football players. Materials and Methods: 60 male football players divided into two groups experimental and control group. Age of the subjects was ranged from 15-18 years. Result: Control group was not found significantly improved in standing broad jump (0.17) and shuttle run (0) t value is indicated that the control group was not found significantly improved in agility & leg strength components. Experimental group was not found significantly improved in 600m R/W test (0.75), standing broad jump (0.17), and shuttle run (2.3). t value is indicated that the experimental group was not significantly improved in endurance, leg strength and agility components. Conclusions: Experimental group were having greater improvement in comparison to control group. Significant difference was found in Bend knee sit ups and pull ups. Insignificant difference was found in 600 mts. Run/walk.

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How to cite this article:
Mo. Sameer Khan, Dr. Vivek B Sathe and Avinash Yadav. Effect of balancing yogic asanas on selected physical fitness components of school football players. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(5): 439-442.
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