2019, Vol. 6, Issue 3, Part A
A comparative study of fitness variables among age groups of different professionalsAuthor(s):
Dr. Gaurav Sanotra and Dr. YS RajpootAbstract:
The study was cited as to expand the acceptance and for better inferences a total 1500 subjects were selected from five professional groups namely Doctors, Lawyers, Bureaucrats, IT Professionals and Engineers from three age group 25-35yrs, 36-45ys and 46-55yrs on Fitness Status. Fitness status was assessed for cardiovascular fitness, Body Mass Index and Fat Percentage. Data on fitness status obtained on BMI, 12 Minute Run and Walk and Fat Percentage were subjected to Analysis of Variance. The two way analysis of variance on three fitness items namely 12 Minute Run and Walk, Body Mass Index and Fat Percentage significance of variance was established for all the three age groups. Significant F Value of 9.668 and 4.069 were obtained for 12 Minute Run and Walk performance signifying in cardio vascular endurance the three age groups significantly different with each other. Further in Body Mass Index comparison also similar variational status was established with F Value of 11.798 and 12.242, it was observed in Body Mass Index comparison that in terms of age groups are significantly different. Fat Percentage analysis also revealed with F value of 20.414 and 15.972 that different significantly in terms of age groups.Pages: 30-38 | 798 Views 77 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Gaurav Sanotra, Dr. YS Rajpoot. A comparative study of fitness variables among age groups of different professionals. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(3):30-38.