2016, Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part A
Effect of exercise on pulse rate of non-sportsmen of SirsaAuthor(s):
The objective of the study was to find out the effect of the exercise on pulse rate of non- sportsmen of Sirsa. For the study a total of 50 non-sports man 25 for control group and 25 for experimental group were selected as the subjects. The age of the subject was range between 30-40 years. The subjects were performed physical fitness programme in gym. The schedule was decided for five days exercise, day one- endurance, day two-agility, day three-flexibility, day fourth-strength, day fifth-speed. Subjects ‘everyday performed warming up and limbering down before and after the workout of 25-35 minutes. The 30 days subjects (experimental group) assembled in the gym at morning for 5 days per weeks of six weeks for total 45-60 minutes. Control group was not exposed to physical fitness programme. The results indicate that there was significant difference in the initial means and the final means of the exercise after training programme was found to be effective on pulse rate for experimental group.Pages: 01-02 | 1316 Views 117 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Rajesh Kumar. Effect of exercise on pulse rate of non-sportsmen of Sirsa. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(6):01-02.