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2020, Vol. 7, Issue 5, Part B

Effect of swimming on cardiovascular endurance of secondary school students of District Shopion in J&K UT

Author(s): Shakeel Ahmad Dar and Dr. Ramneek Jain

Today the games and sports has become of prime importance in the society. Everyone wants to win and stood first. With the enhanced status of sports in the society the provision of sports training has become very important although the need for competent training has long been recognized. Without provision of effective sports training the sportsperson‟s potential will never be fulfilled. As it has been rightly said, the comprehensive sports training programme is the key factor in producing skillful high performers. There is an ample evidence of the importance of swimming as survival activity. Whether it is the consideration of peace time trade, colonization sea battles, sea raids, or the transportation of armies by water the human history is replete with references to swimming. With competition in the case of weapons prevalent in the training of youth from china to attractive, it is probable that competition in swimming was not uncommon to Egyptians, Assyrians, and Persians. Swimming contests are said to have been an important activity at the Grecian Hermine games the history of human civilization is an excellent admix of war and sport to the advancement of which swimming has so profusely contributed through the origin of swimming as a sport is still shrouded in mystery swimming championship were first held in Japan in early 1600s. Swimming has been an Olympic sport since the inception of the modern Olympic games in 1896. Swimming has been known since prehistoric times, the earliest records of swimming dated back to Stone Age paintings from around 7000 years ago. Some of the earliest reference included the Gilgamesh, the Iliad, the Odyssey, the Bible (Ezekiel 47:5, Acts 27:42, Isaiah 25:11) Beowulf, and other sages. In 1958, Nicolas wynmann, a German professor of languages, wrote the 1st swimming book. The swimmer or a dialogue on the art of swimming competitive swimming in Europe started around 1800, mostly using breast stroke, 1873 John, Aarthur Trudgen introduced trudgen to Western swimming competitions after copying the front crawl used by native Americans, due to a British disregard for splashing, trudgen employed a Scissor Kick instead of the front crawl's flutter kick, swimming was part of the 1st modern Olympic games on 1896 in Athens, in 1902 Richard Vavil introduced front crawl of the western world, in 1908 the world of swimming association, Federation International de Notation (FINA), was formed, Butterfly was developed in 1930s and was at 1st a variant of breast stroke, until it was accepted as a separate style in 1952.

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Shakeel Ahmad Dar, Dr. Ramneek Jain. Effect of swimming on cardiovascular endurance of secondary school students of District Shopion in J&K UT. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(5):92-95.

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