"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2016, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part D
A study of anxiety in female Kho-Kho, kabaddi and softball intercollegiate playersAuthor(s):
The present paper focuses on comparing the anxiety level among female intercollegiate Kho-Kho, Kabaddi and Softball players. Anxiety is one of the greatest problems of modern trends in scientific knowledge. Cultural conflicts, economic and industrialization add to the problem of woman, thus increasing the anxiety level. Anxiety is one of the most common deterrents to good performance. At worst, the effects of anxiety gets the individual so tied up in knots and at its best anxiety subtly improves performance by making the individual alert. The over anxious individual has a high level of cerebral and emotional activity with neuromuscular tension that many eventually lead the individual to the exhaustion stage and perhaps to psychosomatic disorders. The lowering of anxiety may be caused due to regular participation in games and sports, the success, the increase in physical fitness, motor fitness, skills and tactics. The analysis is made with the help of both primary sources through structured questionnaire and secondary sources through books, journals and internet and interpreting collected data through ANOVA technique. Further, this paper also covers types of anxiety, role of sports in maintaining mental health and techniques to reduce anxiety level among female players. Finally, it gives affordable solution and conclusion for maintaining physical fitness.Pages: 219-222 | 1302 Views 43 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Tangarani. A study of anxiety in female Kho-Kho, kabaddi and softball intercollegiate players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(1):219-222.