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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2016, Vol. 3, Issue 6, Part E

Nutritional patterns of aerobic and anaerobic capacity players


Author(s): Jaswinder Singh

Abstract: The present study was conducted on total 240 male players including aerobic players of handball, football, basketball, cycling and male anaerobic players of weightlifting, wrestling, swimming and 100mts. running only. The players under investigation were consisting of those who took part in all India Interuniversity level. The subject will be selected from the states of North Zone including Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Delhi. The study was conducted on male players ranging age 18-25 years. Mean, SD, SEM, Coefficient of variance were calculated. ‘t-test’ and ANOVA was applied for finding significant effects. The results described significant difference in proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and calories between aerobic and anaerobic groups. ANOVA revealed significant differences in proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and calories among mean values of aerobic group of handball, football, cycling and basketball players and significant differences in proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and calories among mean values of anaerobic group of weight lifting, wrestling, swimming, and 100 m players. In the aerobic group the Mean values of proteins showed significant difference between football and handball, football and cycling, football and basketball, handball and cycling, cycling and basketball. Whereas carbohydrates showed a significant difference between football and cycling, handball and cycling, handball and basketball. Fats showed significant difference between football and handball, football and cycling, football and basketball, handball and basketball, cycling and basketball. Calories showed significant difference between football and cycling, football and basketball, handball and cycling, handball and basketball. While in the anaerobic group the carbohydrates showed a significant difference between weight lifting and wrestling. Fats showed significant difference between weight lifting and wrestling, wrestling and swimming, wrestling and 100 m, swimming and 100 m. Calories showed significant difference between weight lifting and wrestling, weight lifting and 100 m, wrestling and swimming, swimming and 100 m.

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Jaswinder Singh. Nutritional patterns of aerobic and anaerobic capacity players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(6):259-264.
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