2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part E
Comparison of three methods of training and on hand steadiness of teenagersAuthor(s):
Sudhir Kumar and Vikram SinghAbstract:
Objective of the study was to find out if there is any significant difference exists between the three methods of training namely yoga asana, aerobics and general relaxation training by comparing the hand steadiness performances of teenagers with mean age 16.5 years. To test the hypothesis that the three methods have non-significant differences on hand steadiness variable namely number of errors committed, 96 male and female (48 male and 48 female) sportspersons in the age group of 15 to 18 years were being randomly divided into 3 groups, yoga asana group, aerobics and general relaxation group. Each sports person was given three trials and the average value of all the three trials was recorded on Hand steadiness tester machine. ANCOVA using SPSS 23 statistical package was applied to get and analyze the results. There was a significant difference found between yoga asana and aerobics group (M=-2.975, SE=1.133) as also significant difference between General relaxation and aerobics groups (M=-2.825, SE=1.155). No any significant difference was seen upon comparing the general relaxation and yoga asana groups (M=-.150, SE=1.404).The null hypothesis that there would be no significant difference between the three groups was therefore partially rejected.Pages: 271-274 | 1197 Views 12 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Sudhir Kumar, Vikram Singh. Comparison of three methods of training and on hand steadiness of teenagers. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(5):271-274.