"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Distinct Indian kabaddi players connected with psychological, physiological and physical variablesAuthor(s):
Dr. Praveen KumarAbstract:
The purpose of the study was to compare Distinct Indian Kabaddi players connected with physiological variables: Resting Pulse Rate, vital capacity, resting respiratory rate and breath holding capacity”. The research hypothesis of the study was that there would be no significant difference in selected physiological variables among Kabaddi players in relation to different performance levels, When the data was analyzed with the help of mean, Standard Deviation, Analysis of Variance and LSD Test, it was found out that The means and standard deviations for the physiological variables of the subjects of the state/intercollegiate level in case of Resting Pulse Rate, vital capacity, resting respiratory rate and breath holding capacity the score of the subjects was on the lower side and the standard deviation indicated that scores were more or less similar. In case of cardio vascular efficiency the score of the subjects was on the better side and the standard deviation indicated that scores differed drastically. In case of Resting Pulse Rate, Vital Capacity, Resting Respiratory Rate, Cardio Vascular Efficiency and Breath Holding Capacity the groups differed significantly and least significant test was applied and the score of national/inter university group was found to be highest. In case of all the selected physiological variables (Resting Pulse Rate, Vital Capacity) the observed sequence of selected three groups were: Inter University/ National > State / Inter Collegiate > District/ College. Hence the hypothesis stated earlier was rejected at 0.05 Level of Significance.Pages: 43-47 | 699 Views 17 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Praveen Kumar. Distinct Indian kabaddi players connected with psychological, physiological and physical variables. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2015;2(1):43-47.